You can’t love everything: because not everything is good. So when we start to love things that aren’t good, we disorient our souls.
If you loved everything equally, why would you care what you did next? How would you decide what to do? If all paths were equal, you would just take the path of least resistance.
But all paths aren’t equal. There is clearly black and white, right and wrong.
If our goal is to love God better, and spend more time with him, the best way to orient our souls is to align our values with his. To love what he loves, and hate what he hates.
Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. -Romans 12:9
So if we begin to do the same, and choose realties and make decisions based on this guidance, we can be with him more.
The closer we get to understanding the right and wrong that’s established for us in his Word, the better we can orient ourselves with his values. And the better we orient ourselves with his values, the better decisions we can make. And the better decisions we make, the more tightly we can follow the path that he’s set before us.