“We (as LDS people) kinda have learned to laugh about ourselves. We can laugh and joke and know it’s okay to be funny and lighthearted about life.”
Different LDS-owned educational institutions have different policies and opinions on selling caffeinated beverages. Learn some reasons why . . .
Members of the LDS Church embrace a theology that includes a daily quest for personal perfection, if not in this life, then in the afterlife. That quest can become toxic if it morphs into self-righteousness and judgment of how well others meet one’s own internal standard. This is the first in a series of stories about the impact such judgments can have on individuals, families and the church as a whole.