View the video here. In Unitarian Universalism, we are deeply diverse in our beliefs about what happens after death. Some of us might believe that our souls continue to evolve and grow or reincarnate into new forms after we die, while others of us might believe that we simply cease to exist after the body has died. In all of this diversity, is there anything we can agree on? What message of comfort might Unitarian Universalism provide for those who are grappling with their own death or the death of a loved one?