I know that Unixploria has a unique culture consisting of a population that honors curiosity as the creative goal in life. I also know that I must use science to better understand the world around me, and my faith to help me, my family and my nation to navigate through difficult passages.
I believe that all men are born curious, explorers and collectors at heart. I also think that liberty, freedom, and justice are fundamental for any civilized nation. The core values of a society are not only to seek justice and liberty but to lead a fulfilling life.
Curiosity will aid the initial steps of exploration, leading to discoveries for me as an individual, as well as our beloved nation. Whenever I read, listen, watch, travel or make things I must always consider how my voyages of discovery can better our kingdom, thus adding prosperity to our fair country.
Collecting means more than just collecting new things and new experiences from near and far. It also implies a sense of order in a world we still know so little about. I will use my collections to classify the world and beyond to gain knowledge; first at a personal level, and later for the advancement of science in our kingdom.
Being an explorer, collector, scholar and scientist aren’t enough, however. I know that I will also need to navigate through a landscape that can be hostile. Sense and reason are not enough to guide me through it all. I need something more, something more profound and all-encompassing; I need God. My Christian faith will carry me through the most challenging passages of the journey, giving me a moral compass to aid me on my travels.
Considering all the things mentioned above, I know that I must honor and protect the Kingdom of Unixploria, and the inherent values for which it stands.