Hey, it's your thread.
I've been through phases. Not linear phases, meaning once I move to one phase I'm done with the previous phase and I never look back; more fluid phases where my view depends mostly on my mood at the time and I can revisit previous mindsets.
One phase: Why read one book over and over again when the world is full of books? While there is value in revisiting material, there is also value in exploration. Does rereading the BoM appeal to a fear of getting out from my comfort zone... or are there times where I need to retreat to a comfort zone? The answers to those questions aren't always the same.
Another phase: The BoM doesn't speak to me very much. To be blunt, I don't think it's that good. Now, do I try to convince myself that I need to read and reread the BoM over an over again to extract what good is to be found, like some sort of transcendental exercise, or can I admit to myself that the book doesn't speak to me and that perhaps my efforts are best employed elsewhere? Allow myself to not like the book.
Let the water flow downhill. If that takes me to the BoM, fine... I'll hold my nose and deal with it. If it takes me elsewhere? Live. Learn.
But as an addendum to that... if other people like the BoM and find immense value in reading it each day, that's perfectly fine. I won't challenge that at all. At the same time I won't feel pressure to look at their experience with the book, wonder what's wrong with me for not having a similar experience, and try to 'force' myself to have their experience.
You like the BoM. That's cool. You don't like the BoM, also cool. You don't like it today, but like it tomorrow. That's cool. You like it today but don't like it tomorrow. That's cool too.