I've started work on describing the native Paz religion/philosophy, Shundara.
It takes some influence from Buddhism as of now--it posits that life is a road which people travel down until they reach warbanā or inner peace. In order to stay on the road however, one must show both ambition, thus going down it faster, but also show balance in their lives, so that they don't fall off. When people die, they reincarnate at their position when they died, thus continuing to go down it; they keep doing this until they reach warbanā. Those higher up in society are closer to the end than those lower in society.
On one hand, this promotes working ones hardest to improve onesself so that you don't fall off the "road". On the other hand, it enforces strict social classes because higher-ups can say "well, we're of a higher class because we're just better and closer to achieving inner peace, and those below us should blame their past lives, not us, for their problems." Are you poor? Shit, it was probably because your past life was a rapist or something, now work extra-hard to catch up, peasant! Do you want to keep your future reincarnations stuck in your miserable situation? Of course you don't. WORK
In theory the road is supposed to get thinner as you go further, so those of a high social class are supposed to show greater moral character, to the point where they actually suffered much greater punishments for breaking the law. In reality...they had distorted that part a bit. It gets a little messy. It's also still in the planning stages, I might change things up as time goes on.
The name comes from the native Pazmat term for it: Ṣundarā Qīdhīyarā, "The Righteous Journey".
Nūdenku waga honji ma naku honyasi ne ika-ika ichamase!
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Honyasi zō honyasi ma naidasu.
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