Why are those who want to pray not content with silent, private prayer?
Why are those who want to pray so ready to impose themselves on those who do not want to pray?
Is it fair to insist upon wasting the time of those who find no value in prayer?
Is it right to require others to suspend their lives while you preform a symbolic ritual?
Shouldn't those who want to demonstrate their faith do so with good lives, and good works, and earn the respect of others, rather than bully others into silent acceptance?
By all means practice your faith. but keep in mind that it is your faith. Religious freedom means you can live your faith right up to the point you interfere with the rights of others.