Thomas S. Monson has been president of the Church for almost two years now–where is his official biography already? When President Hinckley came into that office, Deseret Book had his biography out in less than one year, as I recall.
Here’s an idea I had to help fill in that big blank area, as well as to contribute to studies for improving Christlike discipleship, which President Monson may be the preeminent living example of. This web page lists all of President Monson’s known, published addresses. I plan to read through each one, and copy and paste the stories he uses about service that he’s rendered to others throughout his own life into a new document, in chronological order. He loves to tell stories about his life, and has a talent for emphasizing the lives of others and the spritiual lessons he’s seen over time, while minimizing his own steady, selfless services to them. I’ll make it my business to go back and pay attention to that part.
After that, I’ll double check all articles by or about him from the Ensign (there will probably be a lot of duplication, but I want to be thorough). That will illustrate how we could better be serving others, and since so much of President Monson’s life has revolved around service, it should provide a pretty decent little biography of the prophet!
Someday, when that study is done, I’ll post the newly arranged material here.