We Unitarian Universalists pride ourselves in our open-mindedness and our ability to see many angles. It’s just what we do. But in a modern, growing world, many people need something to fill an emptiness – a “god-shaped hole,” as Blaise Pascal put it – which simple even-handed questioning won’t fill. What can we, a non-dogmatic people, offer to fill that hole? Come along on a musical journey through the many religions of the world, and a deep-dive into our fourth principle.