Even though women are not obligated in Torah learning, and they are exempt as a general rule from the sin of wasting time from Torah, they can also stumble over this prohibition. This is by causing their husbands and children to waste time from learning Torah. Every women needs to try and allow her husband to be busy with Torah by nights in the winter and on Shabbos and on Yom Tov and at every other time when he is available. She should also try very hard to allow her sons to be busy with Torah. She should confine invest herself a lot in the needs of the house so that her sons and her husband can be busy with Torah in peace of mind for even one extra hour. All that she can do to enable her sons and her husband to study, she should do. If she does so, our Sages have said about her “The promise that the Holy One blessed be He has promised to the women is greater than the one promised to the men.” They will give to her of the fruits of her hands and they will praise her deeds in the gates.
Anyone who is busy with Torah, elevates himself, for study is great because it leads to deeds and the learning is not the main thing but rather the action. The beginning of wisdom is fear of G-d, good sense to those who do it. It follows that a person should choose to study laws which are applicable to himself and be exceedingly careful to do and perform according to the Torah and according to the holy Sages. He should not veer to the right or left for this is the entire purpose of man. Through this he will merit and live and inherit good and blessing in this world and in the world to come. In truth have they said “Study of Torah is equal to all!”