Love is intolerant, love interferes

I see that I am in peace, but my neighbour or the other one is living in violence, then I just won’t say, “It’s none of my business.” I will interfere!

Love is not peaceful coexistence with violence.

The question is why one must interfere? If one is already at peace, then why must one interfere?

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