According to Francis Cardinal Arinze in his book Celebrating the Holy Eucharist, God is due:
Propitiation for our sin
All of these may be done before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration is, in my mind, the best kept secret of the faith. Father Robert Barron says that the Holy Spirit is the mutual sigh that occurs when Father and Son look at each other with infinite love. And, it is the same Holy Spirit that will allow you to gaze upon your Savior and Him to gaze upon you.
The more submissive you are to the Holy Spirit, by Whose power that bread became transubstantiated into our Lord, the more you get out of adoration. If you have difficulty with adoration, just ask the Lord to show you that He is present. And, in the words of Father Benedict Groeschel, "once you are aware that He is there, you will be changed."
Miracles have occurred before the Blessed Sacrament. I can attest to that. And, to drop the last name, Saint Augustine of Hippo said, "Understanding is the reward given by faith. Do not try to understand in order to believe, but believe in order to understand."