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“We will show them our signs in all the horizons and in themselves, until it is clear to them that it is the truth.” (The Qur‘an, 41:53) 

 “Surely, in the creation of the heavens and the earth, and in the alternation of night and day, there are signs for those with minds. those who remember God when standing, sitting, and on their sides, and contemplate upon the creation of the heavens and the earth (saying:) 'Lord, you have not created these in falsehood. Exaltations to you! “  (The Qur‘an, 3:190-191) 

Obedience and awareness of God assure God‘s love and protection.  It is important to preserve the Oneness of God, thus avoiding any devotion that might distract from this concept. It is also fundamental to refrain from any action that might be interpreted as disdainful of God, or disregarding of God, or behavior that might be considered offensive to God.  Omission is as offensive as commission. 
A person is judged as aware of God based on three precepts: 
1.    Even though his prayers have not yet been answered he still sees beauty in God and still finds God worthy of his trust. 
2.    The beauty of his satisfaction with God for that which has been granted and 
3.    The beauty of the patience that places his trust in God for that which might yet be granted. 
Imam Ali ***(P) said:  
“There are people who worship Allah to gain His Favors, this is the worship of traders; while there are some who worship Him to keep themselves free from His Wrath, this is the worship of slaves; a few who obey Him out' of their sense of gratitude and obligations, this is the worship of free and noble men.” 
“My God. I don‘t pray you for fear of your punishment and nor for to be recompensed. But I pray you because I found you worthy to be prayed.”   
"Many persons get nothing out of their fasts but hunger and thirst, many more get nothing out of their night prayers but exertions and sleepless nights. Wise and sagacious persons are praiseworthy even if they do not fast and sleep during the nights." 

*** 'Alí ibn Abu Tálib (P) was the  cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet (PBD) and the first of the Muslims, considered together with Jadiya, Muhammad‘s first wife.  According to the Shi‘ite School of Islam, 'Alí is the legitimate successor of Muhammad (PBD) and Islam‘s first guide and spiritual leader (Imam), to be recognized at the end of the Prophet‘s life.