Sometimes we hear individual’s preface what kind of Unitarian Universalist they are by adding yet another religion or philosophy into the mix – a Christian UU, a Pagan UU, a Buddhist UU, a Humanist UU, and so on. This often makes me wonder why Unitarian Universalism alone isn’t enough for them, why there remains a spiritual or theological void to be filled. In contrast, I increasingly think my religion has already become too much in trying to become all things to all people, having lost much of its own historical identity in the process. When I consider why I’m a UU, I narrow it down to a few historic principles that defined Unitarianism before it merged with Universalism in 1961. Thus I increasingly think of myself as a Unitarian UU.