Too often, Islamic rituals become hollow and dry for many Muslims, their joy and spirituality lost. This is why the book Inner Dimensions of Islamic Worship by Imam Al-Ghazali, one of Islam`s greatest scholars, helps provide a much needed remedy to this problem. This book consists of selections from the classic book "Al-Ghazali`s Ihya al Uloom", translated into English by Muhtar Holland. Dealing with the basic duties of Islam (like prayers, fasting in Ramadan, giving Zakat, and Hajj), Al-Ghazali helps the reader understand the deeper spiritual meanings behind these fundamental rites of Islam. He discusses what the inner state of the Muslim should be when s/he fulfils these Islamic duties. These are essential to the fulfillment of their inner quality and reaping the rich harvests of spiritual, moral and social upliftment that must be their reward. This book will be of immense help to the countless young men and women of our times who are rapidly growing in their commitment to Islam and ever trying to bring their lives under their sovereignty of One God - a task which is impossible unless one can develop the immense inner resources which Islamic worship offers.