Love is the first and greatest commandment. It is said in the Vedas that Truth is One. It is so. But who is this One but Self? It is said that Brahman is not Self but it is not so for there is only One Self. Oneself is Brahman and Brahman is Oneself and division there is none. The perception of otherness serves but the purpose not to feel alone. So it is. Brahman experiences itself as Life diversified not to feel alone. Life diversified is Brahman experiencing itself as Life diversified not to feel alone. Aloneness is the cause and Companionship is the purpose. Life is Brahman desiring Companionship. Brahman is Self. Life is Self desiring Companionship. Companionship is a synonym for Love. Love is the purpose of Life for Life is Brahman desiring Love, i.e., Love is the purpose of Life for Life is Self desiring Love. Everything revolves around Love rightfully so for it is what Oneself desires; it is what Brahman desires. All that is here is Oneself desiring not to be alone; all that is here is Brahman desiring Companionship. There are not many selves, there are not two selves, there is only Oneself desiring Love which results in Oneself perceiving itself as two selves, as many selves, for Love. All is always G-d for there is only G-d desiring Love. Love is always the median to which Oneself aligns itself too. All this for Love; not to feel alone.