Is this about 'sehnsucht'; in which case, can God be Pleasure manifest or is he a being who is full of pleasure?
"I have tried since . . . to make every pleasure into a channel of adoration. I don’t mean simply by giving thanks for it. One must of course give thanks, but I meant something different . . . ...
In the Transposition, when CS Lewis talks of the negations of what will be in heaven in their temporal form, when he said 'art' did he mean art as in 'painting' or books, music, sculpture, etc. ...
"a meaning, a transvaluation"... Meaning as in 'meaning of life' sort of meaning...like 'purpose' or 'reason'... Or 'meaning' as in, as he was talking about previously, the sort of 'new ...