Part of the morning tefillah is this portion of the Mishnah, "these are the precepts that have no prescribed measure;
The corner of one's field, first fruit offering, pilgrimage, acts of kindness and "TORAH STUDY"
Why is Torah study included in what is considered, "without measure?" can we limit our time to study Torah, can it be only in the morning? or only in the afternoon, or only in the evening? or can it be whenever we have the opportunity? the mind to study? a place to study, a willingness to study, same as needs of kindness, are we limited to those "mitzvoth Chasidim?" can we say, "we will help our neighbor only today?"
Well, no, we will reach out 'WHENEVER" AND "WHERE EVER" It is necessary, the same as Torah study, WHEN EVER AND WHERE EVER, the Ruach Ha Kodesh leads us