At every stage of a person’s existence, Torah is part of it.
- “When you are sitting at home” (meaning in the womb)
- “when you are going on the road,” (meaning the soul descends from the world above to the world below)
- "when you lie down.” (Meaning when he lies down in his grave)
- “And when you rise up” (referring to the era of the resurrection of the dead)
(From Chabad, from Deuteronomy 6:7.)
Does a non-Jewish soul go through the same process as explained here as far as Torah learning (in the womb)?