It sounds shocking doesn’t it- my telling you that you shouldn’t pray. Especially since Paul urges that we ἀδιαλείπτως προσεύχεσθε (‘pray without ceasing’) (or in the CEB, ‘Pray continuously’).
But here’s why: every time you neglect prayer you make my own prayers more relevant, more appropriate, more necessary, and more valuable.
So stop praying. That way when I chat with God (which is rather a lot) he doesn’t have to be troubled with you. I enjoy having him to myself and if you’re happy enough to surrender the greatest of human privileges, the personal encounter with God made possible in the fellowship of prayer, why should I be upset? Your indolence in prayer, your indifference to your own relationship to the heavenly Father, they have no bearing on my happiness in prayer and my joy in the presence of God.
So you shouldn’t pray. Go ahead and stop. You alone will be the one to miss out, not I!