As egocentricity and selfishness diminish as motivators, the capacity for concern with the happiness and welfare of others gains dominance, and thus love… and its gain or loss become dominant. As this propensity matures, lovingness becomes the expression of what one has become… and is unconditional. Love then becomes the field and the context as well as the content of intentions and actions.
… Thus, the human world represents a purgatorial-like range of opportunities and choices, from the most grim to the exalted, from criminality to nobility, from fear to courage, from despair to hope, and from greed to charity. Thus, if the purpose of the human experience is to evolve, then this world is perfect just as it is.