60. When there are two verses, from one you can expound on merit and good, and from the other you can expound on the opposite, expound on the verse which is of merit and good.
61. One who does not have understanding in his learning should spend a Shabbat with a tzaddik. Also through this he will merit to learn Torah for the sake of Heaven. Or he should endeavor to do some favor for a tzaddik, or learn with joy, or bring in the Shabbat with joy, or greet the tzaddik with joy.
62. Through learning in-depth, one is able to pray.
63. One who cannot learn because of impediments should abstain from intoxicating beverages.
64. Through neglecting Torah study, one comes to neglect prayer, and this is also the case in the converse.
65. One who cannot learn due to lack of time, and he learns on Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh (the first day of the month), with this he closes off the spirit of impurity.
66. When one does not understand one's Torah learning, it is certain that harsh judgments are laid upon him.
67. It is easy to understand some concept when one is in a high location, such as on a mountain or other such place.
68. Arousal in the morning to study is conducive (segula) to the sense of hearing.
69. Through teaching the Tinokos shel bais Raban [- very young children], peace proliferates.