If you are rich, fear Allah and remember if you die with excess wealth, you have denied Allah's money its rightful place.
We should increase doing what Allah loves, and abstain from what Allah does not love. We should inculcate this as part of our conscious decision making process and use it as a tool for our own personal transformation.
Allah has also warned us against behaviour that He does not love. Naturally we should strive to avoid having these types of behaviour and characteristics.
If we wanted to give a beloved person a present, we would choose what that person likes. If we like strawberries but he likes chocolate, we would buy him chocolate and not strawberries. This is basic.
The love of Allah is not necessarily to the exclusion of all other love. This would be impossible and absurd. However, whatever love we have for each other should be regulated by the highest form of love, which is the love for the sake of Allah. This is exemplified by the people who love each other solely for the sake of Allah, even if they are not blood related or get rewarded for such love during this life. Such are the ones who will be given the protective shade of Allah’s Throne on the Day of Judgment.