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Thorns and Roses

by Sreejit Poole

Born December 13, 1974, in Seattle Washington, Sreejit Poole has lived in the ashrams of Mata Amritanandamayi since 1994. He now resides at her headquarters ashram in Amritapuri, India where he works as a chef during the day and poet at night.
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Philosopher, poet, musician, cook, Sreejit Poole’s writing reflects his quest for meaning in an ever changing world. Living in the ashrams of revered saint Mata Amritanandamayi (Amma), since 1994, he has learned the power of service to humanity at the feet of one of the world’s great humanitarians. In his Where Love Meets War novel series, Sreejit takes us on the journey of humility through the knowledge that we all have a purpose greater than ourselves.

Born December 13, 1974, in Seattle Washington, Sreejit Poole earned his degree in philosophy from San Jose State University. He worked odd jobs while going to school full time and living in the California Branch Ashram of the Hugging Saint, Mata Amritanandamayi. Now residing at her Headquarters Ashram, Amritapuri, at the southern tip of India, he works as an International Chef. Sreejit is best known for his blog, The Seeker's Dungeon, as well as having many published works of fiction including the series Where Love Meets war, and works of poetry.

Music has always been a part of Sreejit's life, playing piano as a young child before moving on to harmonium and guitar. He describes his debut album, For the Record, as, "Blues-Folk-Poetry-Soul to bridge the heart and mind - a little bit of emotional instability to open up the possibilities - old school for the old souls, and we are all old souls after all - just in want of a little humanity."



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