su· jit lin, noun (feminine), subject, surname “Lin” – see “writer/editor” and “sujism”
Pronunciation: (IPA) \’su:dʒIt,lIn\ or (Spelled) \SOO-jit-lin\
1. a multiple award-winning writer whose greatest passion is conveying ideas, images, and sensory experiences to others in a compelling manner.
2. a person expands on creative concepts by running with great ideas, bringing assignments to the next level.
3. a conscientious, talented, and hard-working individual with a broad scope of ability; superb organizational and prioritizing skills; diverse range of work; and learns quickly.
1. a voracious reader with an unnatural obsession for food; a lover of dogs, adjectives, literary and visual arts; and a would-be world traveler who seeks to find the adventure in every day.
2. somebody who is enthusiastic, endlessly cheery with a great sense of humor, and plays well with others.
suj·ism, noun, philosophy – see “Su-Jit,” given name
Pronunciation: (IPA) \’su:dʒɪzəm\ or (Spelled) \SOOJ-iz-uhm\
1. a set of ideals that includes the belief that expectations are not placed to be met, but exceeded; and that likewise, deadlines exist only to be beaten.
2. a theory that a strong work ethic and consistently high-quality results are the ultimate keys to success, because opportunity is what one makes of it.
4. a variation of the law of serendipity, which allows believers to view each obstacle as an opportunity to gain valuable professional and personal knowledge.