I will try to answer the objections here.
I see it all much differently.
There are many isolated souls in this world lonely for companionship. What could be better than to spend more time with our Lord?
After accomplishing the duties of the day, and instead of browsing funny cat videos on YouTube, one could check-in for prayer, and/or meditation. Does Jesus not acknowledge the soul that pauses for Him? Or worse yet, would He chastise them and say, ‘Silly person, I am not there, that is only an unconsecrated wafer!’?
No I don’t believe so.
It makes a difference seeing the White Host in the gold Monstrance on the altar, with the flickering flames of the burning candles warm and alive.
It is much different than only reflecting internally or this would be the only way to communicate.
Seeing Live Adoration also reminds us how many churches and chapels have Him sitting there lonely and longing for souls to visit Him. He has been called The Prisoner of Love.
When I was a teenager, we had Perpetual Adoration local to us, and as a family we used to make frequent visits. Where I live now there are no chapels or churches that have it. I’d be there if I could. God knows this, so I believe He offers Himself this way to those who want it.