Ansad Fakir elucidates upon his simple yet poignant philosophy about the vices torturing his body and the trinity of wisdom, consciousness and intelligence protecting it from the afflictions. He has left the material world behind simply in order to understand more about the intricate nuances of these notions. And the greatest prize this world of his has to offer is nothing but an understanding of his fellow humans; and thus a gateway to immortality. He cites the examples of Alam Baba and Dayem Shah whose bodies have died but their spirits are ever alive. Even when he sings, the earthly tunes and the fluid lyrics are in awe and wonder of these great mysteries.