We are "the focus of it all"! It's just that, God being infinitely immanent and transcendent, so is all existence. Infinite love is infinitely loving all the beloved throughout all space-time.
That's what I thought & hopped you'd reply. God being in love with people wouldn't mean he's not in love with frogs, martians, rocks, all the structures and inhabitants of the Pinwheel Galaxy, and all other parts of everything.
UC, I do have a questions about your conception of God. Forgive me if any of my questioning or phrasing here is insulting or diminutive, I don't mean it to be. As I said above, I just don't see how saying one believe in God means anything unless we have some idea of what the word and sound "God" means.
Is God omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient?
If God it those things, is God the same as everything (everything being all space, all time, all forces, all things -- what some call the entire universe)?
...Everything being all space, all time, all forces, all things -- what some call the entire universe
...Universe not being just what happened after the "Big Bang" but all of everything through all time.
...Time being not just something created after the "Big Bang" but whatever was "around" before that and whatever will be around after it.
If God is not the same as everything, how does God differ from what we mean when we just say everything.
Is God conscious, an agent that can make decisions beyond mere physics?
Can God make things happen or change things beyond the limits of mere physics? (i.e. Intervene in our lives or perform miracles)
I assume you don't mean God to be simply a conditions of the mind that helps us, like a belief in a rescue boat coming to save us whether one really exists or not.