Perfect love, I realized, is the only thing that can bring us together, whether it’s in our relationship with God or our relationships with those around us. That’s the ultimate function of love anyways, isn’t it … to bring about unity? Deep down, isn’t that what we all want in life, to love and be loved, and through this sharing, find peace, joy, and unity? In my experience, that’s what God wants, too.
That’s why the idea of an eternal hell is a foreign concept to me now. For hell to exist, it would mean that God would have to say, “I’m sorry … it’s too late. You had your chance. We can never be together now.” A God of perfect love would never do that. Hell would show a limitation to God’s love.
Although we’re all free to choose our own paths in life, I believe that no matter how long it takes, the power of love and God will unify even the most resistant soul, until all are One.
— Excerpted from The Truth as I See It: A Collection of Spiritual Writings by Adam Soto (p. 38)