"Vayishman Yishurun Vayivat" (Haazinu 32:15). In every instance when Hashem bestows goodness on us we rebel. In this world says Rav Shimshon Pincus every drop of good you do for another person carries with it the risk that they will bite the hand that feeds them. This is especially true with Chesed that Hashem gives to Bnei Yisroel. The reason for this he explains, is that we don't actually see the goodness flowing directly from Hashem. It comes through natural means leaving us feeling independent from Hashem.
Therefore in this world, the pleasures we receive from Hashem are carefully measured. Wealth, health, and happiness only comes in limited amounts, and in fits and spurts, even to the most well off man on earth. However in the next world where these dangers do not exist, as the only thing that exists is Hashem, Hashem opens up the taps to unlimited pleasures.
There is only only one pleasure in this world that Hashem gives a person an opportunity to indulge in unlimited amounts. There is no danger whatsoever of rebellion do to excess. This pleasure clearly comes straight from Hashem so overdosing does not carry any risks of backlash whatsoever. It is the only thing in this world we can gorge ourselves with without any downside. What is it? Torah! Enjoy!
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