When we say we love someone, we attribute this to our matter of heart, our liking, our feeling, but this is not love, this is mere attraction, infatuation or an impression that we have. Love is awareness, a conscious awareness, which encompasses our psyche and flows like a peaceful river in our body, mind and spirit in such a unison that the dichotomy of these individual elements vanishes. Love brings divergence into concurrence. Then it spreads like drizzle all over without selection, discrimination and distinction soaking and immersing all evenly and equitably. Love is like springtime when it arrives it sweeps and blossoms all that is in the garden.
Selective love is not Love, it is a desire, a desire for fulfillment of vacuum that lies within us. Love never enters into vacuum, love stays only with its Originator, its Creator, it Nurturer, its Sustainer - God. When a thing is associated with God, love resides there; love stays in His company, His proximity, His vicinity.
When we lose Him, we lose Love, when we say we hate someone, it implies saying that Love has alluded us and so has God. When we Love, it amounts to saying: God is with us, with all His benevolence, mercy, bliss and sublimity.