This melody in four sections is ascribed to the first Chabad Rebbe, the Alter Rebbe, Rabbi Scheur Zalman of Liadi. It has not been established whether this is one of the famous 10 melodies composed by the Rebbe himself. In this melody we grasp the reflection of the inner emotional rapture and ecstasy of the disciple, striving to the highest rung in the ladder of goodness and almost expiring in the endless blending brilliance of the Almighty. However, at this point the disciple senses the acceptance of G‑d's will, "Kabolat Ol," that by studying and observing His Law and commandments, the Jew illuminates and elevates this earthly world. This melody is sung often at Chassidic gatherings with great fervor.