Month: February 2021

Who Are We – EUU? (part 2)

I just can’t stop reflecting on ‘who’ ‘we’ are – EUU. The picture keeps developing, especially with the upheavals the world has experienced over the past year. Last month, a sizable part of the BUUF (Brussels) community energized a “UU Basics” course that was led by Dorcy Erlandson of UUFP (Paris). In addition to exploring … Continue reading Who Are We – EUU? (part 2)

Death by a Thousand Cuts

by Floyd Vernon Chandler Lingchi was an ancient Chinese method of capital punishment noted for the prolonged suffering it inflicted upon the condemned. It was often referred to as “Death by a Thousand Cuts.” The executioner was skilled in cutting flesh and limbs in a manner that caused much pain but delayed death. Sometimes I … Continue reading Death by a Thousand Cuts

March is for Women: International Women’s Day & UN Conference on the Status of Women (CSW)

by Beth O’Connell, EUU and UUFP member, and vice-president of IWC In the month of March, the international community is putting the spotlight on women’s rights and empowerment, which have been especially challenged during the Covid-19 pandemic. On March 8, the United Nations marks International Women’s Day with its theme: “Women in Leadership: Achieving an … Continue reading March is for Women: International Women’s Day & UN Conference on the Status of Women (CSW)