JAITĀ SEṬH, BHĀĪ, a devout Sikh of Gurū Hargobind's time, was a brave warrior. He stood guard at the Gurū's door and humbly served the visiting Sikhs. According to Bhāī Manī Siṅgh, Sikhāṅ dī Bhagat Mālā, he once said to Gurū Hargobind, "O sovereign true! some say that he who possesses giān (knowledge) has little use for bhaktī (devotion). Is that true?" The Gurū explained, "Giān without bhaktī is lame and ungainly. A mere giānī, who possesses knowledge alone, is susceptible, on the one hand, to pride and, on the other, to sin. Knowledge must be tempered with devotion. This is the way to be one with Vāhigurū." See also Vārāṅ Bhāī Gurdās, XI. 31.