Religion should not be a burden that you" have to "or " must do", but instead should be something that you enjoy doing, and like, or dare I say it, " love doing ."
I do not feel burdened by the " obligation " to honor the Gods, or feel bothered by setting up, washing, dressing, or the performing of even the longest of our rituals. I am honored that the Gods are still with us even after our many years of ...... neglect of them.
Most monotheists do not have to " do " much anyway. They sit in the pews, listen to the pastor, reverend, priest, etc... and maybe have to get up and sing a song or two. I do not see that as much of a burden, and yet many have lost their zeal for their faith. Of course having to pay for the right to honor your God or Gods is a burden, and one that I have always seen as detrimental to Tru religion.
We in the Asatru religion have to, in most cases, perform the rituals ourselves, buy the " trappings ", (for loss of a better word), that we use in our rituals, and don' t even have, in most cases, a place to honor our Gods and Goddesses, but simply have an altar of our own making.
It is a shame that religion has become "old" to some monotheists, and has become a "burden" that they must bear. Our religion is new and fresh, and we still have the energy, and enthusiasm,...... and love for our Gods, Goddesses, and enough faith in both to still use words such as "like, love ", and " want to " when describing our " burden " to our religion.