The number two is sacred to Paahlmists. (See creation story
.) Hence, every day of the month that contains a two — the second, 12th, and 20th - 29th of every month — is a holy day for us. Not only that, but every hour of the day that contains a two is a holy hour. Our religion allows us to choose either the 12 or 24 hour clock, even alternating between the two during the day, as best suits our schedule. Some people have suggested that we should declare February and December (the second and 12th months) as holy months, but we decided that would be a tad too greedy.
Our religion forbids work during holy days and holy hours. Not only that, but during those hours and days we are not permitted to do anything that we consider tedious. This makes ours the only religion that expressly forbids attendance at religious services during holy days and holy hours. (See religious services
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