wjkk wjkf on page 326 of guru granth sahib kabir ji wrote AYsy Gr hm bhuqu bswey ] (326-1, gauVI, kbIr jI) aisay ghar ham bahut basaa-ay. I lived in many such homes, O Lord, jb hm rwm grB hoie Awey ]1] rhwau ] (326-1, gauVI, kbIr jI) jab ham raam garabh ho-ay aa-ay. ||1|| rahaa-o. before I came into the womb this time. ||1||Pause|| jogI jqI qpI bRhmcwrI ] (326-2, gauVI, kbIr jI) jogee jatee tapee barahamchaaree. I was a Yogi, a celibate, a penitent, and a Brahmchaaree, with strict self-discipline. kbhU rwjw CqRpiq kbhU ByKwrI ]2] (326-2, gauVI, kbIr jI) kabhoo raajaa chhatarpat kabhoo bhaykhaaree. ||2|| Sometimes I was a king, sitting on the throne, and sometimes I was a beggar. ||2|| swkq mrih sMq siB jIvih ] (326-2, gauVI, kbIr jI) saakat mareh sant sabh jeeveh. The faithless cynics shall die, while the Saints shall all survive. while on 1366 kabir ji wrote Page 1366 AYsy mrny jo mrY bhuir n mrnw hoie ]29] (1366-1, slok, Bgq kbIr jI) aisay marnay jo marai bahur na marnaa ho-ay. ||29|| Let those who die, die such a death, that they shall never have to die again. ||29|| kbIr mwns jnmu dulµBu hY hoie n bwrY bwr ] (1366-1, slok, Bgq kbIr jI) kabeer maanas janam dulambh hai ho-ay na baarai baar. Kabeer, it is so difficult to obtain this human body; it does not just come over and over again. ijau bn Pl pwky Buie igrih bhuir n lwgih fwr ]30] (1366-1, slok, Bgq kbIr jI) ji-o ban fal paakay bhu-ay gireh bahur na laageh daar. ||30|| It is like the ripe fruit on the tree; when it falls to the ground, it cannot be re-attached to the branch. ||30|| kbIrw quhI kbIru qU qyro nwau kbIru ] (1366-2, slok, Bgq kbIr jI) kabeeraa tuhee kabeer too tayro naa-o kabeer. Kabeer, you are Kabeer; yo in the first shabad kabir ji wrote that some times he was beggar sometimes he was king in the second shabad kabir ji is saying that this human body does not come again i want to know from a scholar of gurbani why these shabads contradicts.