In a distant corner of the galaxy, there once lived a martyr whose name has long since been forgotten. He was a member of a religion that worshiped the building of space vessels and believed that the creation of these vessels was the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe. The martyr had dedicated his life to the construction of spacecraft, and he was regarded as one of the greatest shipwrights of his time. He spent long hours in his workshop, perfecting his craft and pouring all of his love and devotion into each ship he built. But the ruling government saw religion as a threat, and they outlawed the worship of shipbuilding. The martyr and his fellow shipwrights were forced to go into hiding, but they continued their work in secret, building ships that they hoped would one day carry them to the stars. The government eventually discovered the existence of the shipbuilders and ordered them to stop their work or face execution. But the martyr refused to abandon his faith, and he continued building ships even in the face of death. The government eventually caught up with the martyr, and he was put on trial for his beliefs. Despite knowing the consequences, he refused to renounce his faith and was executed in a public square. The religion and the martyr's name were forgotten over time, but the legacy of the shipbuilders lived on. Their vessels carried people to new worlds and explored the farthest reaches of the galaxy. And even though the martyr's name had been lost to time, his devotion to shipbuilding inspired generations of shipwrights to come.