Love All for All is Self.

True Love naturally is all-inclusive Love. Self may call this all-inclusive, all-loving open heart Love, universal Love or even Self-Love for there is in truth only One Self seeking Love. At the other side of the spectrum of all-inclusive Love is exclusive Love. Exclusive Love is fragmentary Love. Fragmentary Love is Self perceiving itself as fragmented, as divided, as separated this although there is no division as it is Self which perceives itself as fragmented not to be by itself. So it is. There is no division in Self and diversity is Self-perceived for Love. Word? Yes I am certain that all that is here is Self and that otherness is Self-perceived for Togetherness, for Companionship, for Love. So what is true Love then? Is it the abstract and limited form of fragmented Love which sees everything as divided? Or is it all-inclusive Love which is self in reality? How is it even possible not to Love all when all is Self? Is this not the meaning of 'For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known.' Well then; lest Love all for all is Self and Self is always One.
~ Wald