A thought based on the end of Chapter 37 of Tanya
In the Talmud, Torah study is referred to as Koreh Batorah — one who “reads the Torah.”
The Hebrew word Koreh has two meanings. In addition to “read”, it also means “call”, as in the name of the third book of the Torah, Vayikra, which means “and He called.”
When you feel a longing for G-d, and wish to feel a connection to our Father in Heaven, you need to call to G-d through studying Torah. Only in the Torah can you find G-d, only through the study of Torah can your thirst for G-d be quenched.