Welcome to the LDS Thoughts page!

This is a group that has been set up to exchange spiritual thoughts and experiences with other people. It was created as the result of a perceived need to receive a spiritual lift in the workplace, where the Spirit is not always be present. An e-mail is sent out every Monday - Friday (University holidays excepted) to those who choose to subscribe.If you have any questions, please let me know. Note: If you have a filter that blocks e-mail, please be sure to add my address, pbl2@utah.edu , to your list of accepted addresses. Otherwise the e-mail will be rejected.

LDS thought of the day

Update: 7/1/2009 - The thoughts are still being sent daily even though this site is no longer being updated. Due to constraints of space and time (almost sounds sci-fi), I was never able to get all of the thoughts on this site. So starting in May of this year, I began posting the thoughts daily on a blog site, http://ldsdailythought.blogspot.com. Hopefully that will work better than attempting to update this old site, and I will be able to do a better job of staying on top of placing the thoughts online. It should also afford people the opportunity to receive the thought through their feeds or blog dashboard. You can still subscribe to the list, and you will receive the thought in your inbox every morning. You can also use the search box at the top of the page to search through old thoughts by topic or click on the links to the left to browse by month and year. Thanks for taking the time to visit!


This is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This project is merely designed as a means to help uplift and edify individuals via the sharing of spiritual thoughts and experiences. Please bear in mind that the information contained in these pages is the sole responsibility of the authors, and that, while every attempt is made to focus on the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, such information should not be represented as official Church policy or doctrine. The views contained herein are also not necessarily those of the University of Utah, who is gracious enough to provide me with the space to host this forum.With that in mind, feel free to share the information contained herein, but please give credit where credit is due.