My dad bought me a book, an autobiography of Cora Tsouflidou, an entrepreneur who started a chain of breakfast restaurants in Quebec that expanded across Canada. She was raised Catholic in the 1960's and writes about it in her book. At one point she writes "If love was the only important thing, there would be no gates in front of heaven, God would be everywhere, and there would be no hell." That made me think "But it is and those things are true!" It's a pity that she didn't learn more about Orthodoxy, since she was married to a Greek man for a time, she might have learned otherwise.
Edit: In finishing the book she did finally write that love is the most important thing :)
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