In the Western (especially Christian) tradition, Love is God and God is Love. So, according to one of the fundamental pillars of Western logic (the identity of the two sides of an equation expressing equality), the terms 'Love' and 'God' are interchangeable, and there is no need to use one if the other is found to be more consonant to your way of being and thinking. Truth has also traditionally been identified with God (by definition the Absolute, the Supreme Reality), so again we can make the logical statement that Truth is Love and Love is Truth. But, of course, all this is not science, and not really logic either. Instead it is Poetry, and Poetry is also of God, from God, or even God itself, when it is The Word


All you Need is Love (by the Anglican theologian and philosopher Don Cupitt).

Perhaps I should have gone East...

...Or down the rabbit hole


Please, take me back to the beginning.