The answer is it’s just unnecessary and of course, irrelevant to what God wants for the people. As previously mentioned, I thought I had to become a dutiful Jew when God told me about being the King. This was back in the 1990’s, and I’ve been able to enjoy ham sandwiches, chicken on pizza, and no big deal. Right.
You don’t have to be observant to God, and of course with Buddhism, there is no talk of God. The truth is, “he’s” with us forever. There is only one God, and with Hinduism, there’s references to deities such as Shiva and Vishnu, and there’s no such existence.
The truth is in Psalms 113:4:
Stone Edition “High above all nations is HASHEM, above the heavens is His glory.”
And I call HASHEM, God, likewise. “He” helps manage the entire earth for all eternity, and of course the heavens, too.
It’s not going to do anything for you to worship “him”, as he doesn’t have an ego that needs to be inflated. Also, teachers, tirthankara, as with Jainism, you don’t need to revere them differently. And the Tirthankar concept is not true, as there is no such thing as an ultimate pure developed state of the soul. So, forget about Jainism, as well.
You don’t need to worship objects, although there is nothing wrong with owning, and even buying and selling FIFA collector’s cards, and maybe I’ll have my own poker card if I ever make the pro circuits. Some people collect paintings, pottery, so do what you may. Yet, you don’t need to bow down to them the way the Muslims do with Allah.
God says “Hello.” It’s all about love, and “he” may be showing care for you, as well.