The Chabad disciples have always followed the teaching of the alter Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (the founder of Chabad-Lubavitch), that during prayer one should totally immerse one's self in thoughts of the Majesty of the Creator and the insignificance of the human being. This comparison subsequently evokes yearning for a fusion with the Lord through his Torah and commandments. It is these sentiments and passions which the Chassid wants to express while singing an emotion-laden  melody thus signifying his spiritual attachment to the Almighty.

This typical heartfelt melody divided into three sections. The melody begins with soft moving devotional tones, reaches its highest spiritual degree in the third part, and then returns to the second part. The disciple now resolved to rededicate this entire being and connection to the Eternal, through his complete devotion to the study of G‑d's Torah and strict observance of His commandments.

This is one of the original Lubavitcher melodies ascribed to Reb Hillel Paritcher, who lived more than a century ago. He was both a great scholar of Torah and Chassidic teachings and a composer of many Chassidic melodies.