This treatise is a piece of philosophical contemplation on the mystical relationship between the divine and the human as expounded in the sacred Sikh scripture Guru Granth Sahib. Its central thesis is the Omnipresence and Omnipotence of God and diminutive doglike existence of the human being. By no stretch of intellectual effort or imaginative flight common measure the infinite identity of God. The only approachable method is to accept gods will and lead a life of humility, and devotion and prayer. Therein lies the bliss. The treatise is fine exposition of philosophy and its relevance in human life.