After Birkas HaTorah in the morning, we say a Pasuk (VaYedaber ... YeVarechecha ... VaAni Avarachem), a Mishna (Eilu Dvarim SheEin LaHem Shiyur ... VeTalmud Torah) and some Gemara (Eilu Devarim ...
Can I wake up at any time of night/early morning, say birchat haTorah, and begin to learn? Is there any time of night/early morning I cannot do this? Is there ever a time in which learning Torah ...
In an earlier question I mentioned that women make Birchas Hatorah. Is the same true for Sefardic women and why?
Why do women have to say Birchas Hatorah they are not commanded to learn Torah as men are?
Does one have a chiyuv to say birchas hatorah if he isn't going to learn anyway that day?
I've heard many times that saying birchas hatorah is most likely from the torah (as apposed to mi-dirabanan). How could we not know? If it's from the torah, then it's from the torah!