||My holy father (Rebbe Nosson Dovid of Shidlovtza), zt"l, asked, why is should one not claim that he is good if he does the very thing he was created for? He answered that it means that one should not say that he is good for learning Torah, because this is why he was created, meaning that he feels that he was created to learn this very Torah he learned. One should realize that the Torah is so vast, so he should never be satisfied with his learning of Torah, and should always want to learn more. (This does not mean that he should not be happy with his Torah learning, but he should never consider his learning to be complete.) He should realize that he was created to learn the entire Torah, and his task is never complete, so he should never feel that he has done enough and always want more Torah.