I choose to honor the creation, not the creator. The creator was never the intended focus. It was the creation. That is the world we live in. And the creations within this world are truths. Religions that worship the creator are an abomination. They steer us away from what is true and then we are let down when the creator fucks up.
If God created us humans in His own image, as it is stated in the Bible, is that a sign of self love or a reflection that God is both an asshole and lovely at the same time? If we look away from the awful and beautiful actions of such a supreme being and focus on the creation of life, death, love, fear, pain, comfort, suffering, joy it all begins to make sense that creation is the setting to be worshipped and honored for the journey to take place.
Stories abound of talented artists, writers, musicians, etc. who's personal lives are filled with alcoholism, drug addiction, abusive behavior, god awful political beliefs and moral decay who have created works of art so beautiful and awe inspiring that their creations have overshadowed the person they really are. I would not throw out the music Vivaldi wrote even if I found out he was a pedophile. He wasn't by the way, but Michael Jackson was...and the same rule applies in my book. Hell, some of Adolph Hitler's paintings are pretty good. Scratch off the signature and most people would hang that art in their hallway.
Now one could argue that certain creations are destructive and would argue back that you still have to respect weapons of mass destruction just as you honor the sun which one day will engulf the earth leaving nothing but a cinder. Also we know not to stare into the sun lest we go blind. We don't play with guns or plutonium yet we have lost our way with such creations because we did not honor their destructive power.
Give everyone a sun somehow and the result is we all go blind. But to continue down this crazy thought I'll add that the things that can blind us also allow us to see, and the creation allows us to be blind to the creator and see the truth that the creation is greater than the creator. Creation is a perpetual source of new discovery, curiosity and imagination.
I'll worship that.