Worship is what human beings do to recognize how great God is. The underlying implication is that our worship is something God required and desired of us for His own purposes. God required our worship much like we might see someone demanding that we acknowledge their authority over us. We might see worship as our sign of surrender to someone superior to us. When we look at worship from a human point of view we see God somehow using it over us or receiving it from us as acknowledgement of His Lordship.
This idea or persuasion motivating worship is all wrong. If we see worship as something we must do, should do, as in a duty, obligation, or responsibility, we are missing the real purpose of it. If we think that our worship is us giving God something and God is receiving, or taking in, or somehow feeding off of it--we are way off again. God doesn't need our worship, He doesn't need our praise! In fact, God doesn't need our love, adoration, and appreciation. God doesn't need anything--He is God.
Worship is not us giving it is us receiving!