Church of the Journey
The Church of the Journey is a "secular philosophy", celebrating the experiences gained over the destination. It was founded in the 29th Century by Vita Perry. The Church of the Journey claims to be not a religion and is not exclusionistic towards double memberships to other religious or faith groups.
Journeymen following some core tenets:
- They not allowed to own a permanent residence.
- They must never take what isn’t offered.
Followers of the Church:
- must go on a sabbatical twice a year
- are encouraged to submit their travelogues to local Churches for others to read.
Traveler's Day (Holiday): Sundown on the first day of a new orbit (New Year's basically). Due the variety of orbital periods, it’s different for every planet and not a single standardized day. It's a metaphorical celebration of the beginning of a new journey. The devout usually meet at a church or gathering place and go on a symbolic pilgrimage through the night to a new destination.