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I read some time ago in Rav Eliyahu Lopian's "Lev Eliyahu" an amazing idea. However, I don't have the book and I'm looking for it online but cannot find it.

He brought a story on the Chofetz Chaim who once stopped when singing "נודע בשערים בעלה" in the Eshet Chail and commented that the passuk was an example of men who study Torah but when they will go to the Olam Habba they will be asked "What did you come up with?" instead of just reading the plain mefarshim without trying to come up with his own questions.

It was something like that, but I don't remember perfectly.

Would anyone have the exact text and share it?

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