Well, there is that positive or negative outlook hanging over things. My experience is realist, so that is where I am coming from. I don't accept positive or negative idealism (optimism or pessimism).
Love? Confusing word in English. Greek is better ... eros, philos or agape? I agree with love, if you mean agape. Agape means love of the common good. But for most people love is eros or philos aka sexual love or "just friends". This has a second axis ... self love and love of others. Agape would be both love of self and love of others, in the context of love of the common good. Eros and philos are have a third axis .. masturbation vs frolletage .. being your own friend vs being a friend to others ... because love of X can be hate for Y ... love and hate not being opposites ... just that that kind of love can be positive or negative. I can't see how agape can have that third axis, maybe neutral along that third axis? The NT uses both philos and agape, never eros.