The reason for the creation of humans is servitude to the Lord Almighty and worship Him (SWT). It entails doing good deeds that will help attain the pleasure of the Almighty Allah (SWT) as well as happiness in this world and in the Afterlife. It means maintaining the relationship between oneself and the Creator. Indeed, it is our Lord’s (SWT) most important right over us that we believe in the existence and oneness of Allah the Almighty, Who has created us out of nothing, and to be servants of Him (SWT) in the most perfect manner possible. In this respect, while on a journey with Mu‘adh ibn Jabal (RA) one day, the Messenger of Allah (saw) asked him, “O Mu‘adh! Do you know what Allah’s right is over His servants is?” Mu‘adh ibn Jabal replied, “Allah and His Messenger know best.” Then our Prophet (saw) said, “To worship Him alone and to associate none in worship with Him. As for His (SWT) servants’ right over Him (SWT), it is for Him (SWT) not to punish those who do not associate anything and anybody with Him (SWT). …”
It is stated in our divine book the Holy Qur’an as follows, “Whoever does righteousness, whether male or female, as a believer – We will surely cause him to live a good life. And We will surely give them their reward [in the Hereafter] according to the best of what they used to do.”
Then, let us be mindful of our duty of servitude to our Lord (SWT). Let us be wholeheartedly connected to Him (SWT) and be devoted servants of Him (SWT). Let us not neglect to continue our worships and try to do them in the finest manner possible. Let us keep our worship free of all worldly distractions and hypocrisy. In this manner, let us express our gratitude for the endless blessings our Lord (SWT) has bestowed upon us. Let us never forget that ignoring and abandoning our worships will result in a spiritual emptiness, a loss of divine graces, and disquiet in this world, as well as a heavy load of a grievous sin in the eyes of our Lord (SWT).
 Bukhari, Jihad, 46.
 Nahl, 16/97.