Scott Langille


I believe that my life's purpose is an arbitrary choice to be made. Too many future identities excite me than I have time for.

To make my choice, I like to look to the past and find the few things that I have remained interested in for some time:

In the absence of right answers, one must make choices. This is how I make mine.

No matter the temporary emotion, fad, or trend, my mind always returns to these few things. You can see it in my writing. I often open an old notebook and find that the topics look surprisingly familiar.

Passion is chosen, not fated, but only with time can you truly call something a passion.