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Understanding and internalising them should create an immense passion for connecting with Him. When you get to know the One that made you, you cannot help but lovingly worship Him. God is the source of all goodness hence why worshipping him is the greatest Good.
Say [to them], ‘Call on God, or on the Lord of Mercy– whatever names you call Him, the best names belong to Him.’, do not be too loud in your prayer, or too quiet, but seek a middle way and say, ‘Praise belongs to God, who has no child nor partner in His rule. He is not so weak as to need a protector. Proclaim His limitless greatness!’
The Qur’an, Chapter 17, Verses 110-111
Indeed the very purpose of our life is to have a relationship with God. The relationship is one of friendship, love, gratefulness and submission, all of these concepts are covered within the practice of worship as taught to us by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
'And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.’
The Qur’an, Chapter 51, Verse 56
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