There are many things I love about the Unitarian Universalist denomination. I especially appreciate that it's about behavior rather than belief, which (in theory at least) cuts through the biggest problem most people have with religion, and that's hypocrisy. Rather than 10 commandments, which give rise to an infinite array of questions, we've got seven principles. These can be boiled down to "Be nice to one another -- we're all in this together." We do a pretty good job when it comes to looking out for the environment, trying to prevent war, and ensuring that marginalized folks around the globe are recognized, and their voices heard.