Tune Up Your Angles
Everything in spacetime has an angle. Every relationship is a relationship of the angles of time within the moments of space. A relation of beauty and joy has the sense of plenty of time and wide angles within each moment -- where the relation of discomfort and sadness has too little time; narrow angles, and the moments are disappearing . . . there's zero momentum. Any discomfort is a belief . . . the belief there's not enough time, wide enough angles, and sufficient momentum. The level of beauty you experience is equal to the degree of acceptance of the angles and momentum within the moment.
Time's moments are just angles of spatial momentum . . . being equal to the angles is known as being in time. And being in time has little to do with being on time. Being on time is a judgment . . . it's two-dimensional. Being in time is multidimensional and has no judgment whatsoever. The best of times are the angles in space that show that there's a pathway to the destination, even if the destination is unseen or unknown . . . then there's time for everything. Even when the vision is blocked, the path is sensed through the angles . . . there's no real reason, but there's a knowing. You cannot control the angles in space, but you can guide your angles inside the outside angles and find harmony in their angular collection. Whenever you’re able to achieve this there's freedom; you feel you're being guided . . . the traditional reaction to this guidance was to attribute it to the angles. This was the origin of the word angels . . . they were the guidance within the angles.
Our prayer is that you are good with your moments even when your angles are out of tune; that you learn how to tune up your angles and expect help from your angels . . . they are always there . . . the various angles of perception are always available. Beauty is in the sensations of the beholder.