>Exactly what I'm asking, but you aren't answering. Yes, I like to consume new experiences. Why exactly is that wrong? Because the way you are wording it
suggests that you can't do anything but trying to experience new things, which, if there's not some terrible misunderstanding going on here, is indicative of some kind of emotional disorder that prevents you from forming any bonds to anything.
In other words, the reason you wouldn't watch, read, listen to,... more than once is that nothing of that has ever had any kind of effect on you.
Basically you consume it the way you would consume oatmeal or anything. Pure sustenance, no taste, nothing memorable or anything.
And as a consequence those new experiences become meaningless because you don't actually gain
any "experience" from them, they are just actions, happenings, but without anything left behind, so if you actually make these experiences or not is functionally the same.
In short, I am accusing you of being unable to feel love.
Also, I don't believe anyone here is smart enough to fully permeate any matter the first way around, some pieces of art take some attempts to actually get into them, or to just understand them, and so on, so any experience you have might not even be a full experience.
Also also, your point about libraries doesn't make any sense, because I can still read a book more than once, even if it's a rented one (since renting times have alway been generous enough to read through something a few times). And in fact the digital age makes experiencing things multiple times even easier than before, because I can just open the file and set it to repeat and listen to my favorite song all day long if I wanted to.