‘Be still and know that I am God’ does not refer to a separate I and a separate God.
It is an expression of the wholeness of being/awareness.
In this statement, ‘I am’ refers to impersonal universal beingness.
‘God’ refers to impersonal universal knowingness.
‘I am God’ refers to impersonal universal being/awareness.
Personal love is imagined. Impersonal love is not imagined.
In love, we are one and the sense of separation is absent.
Of course, usually this is short lived since the ‘personal’ conditions creep in and spoil it.
Falling in love is how we are reminded that happiness does not reside in the sense of separation.
Separation is imagined.
Love is real.