God's Love does not dwell with anything different from His attributes. This is the most important principle we have to be mindful about in the choices we make every moment. We have to understand that "expulsion" not from God's Love but as the consequence of following ego's materialistic fantasies, and not His ways. If we choose to live with Love as our true identity, as the Promised Land where we all yearn to live as our Divine inheritance, we have to be worthy of Love's ways.
This is the meaning of the cities of refuge (lit. absorption), the place in consciousness where we atone (transform) for our transgressions against what God calls sacred. This is why the cities of refuge are related to the unintentional murderer, the one who desecrates life by ending it. Again life, and human life in particular, is remarked as the most important manifestation of God's Creation, to the point that it is defined as image and likeness of the Creator. In this context, life and God's Love are closely related because His Love is the source of life.
Again we are reminded that goodness awaits us when we make the choice to return to God's ways and attributes: "If you return, O Israel, says the Lord, to Me, you shall return, and if you remove your detestable things from My Presence, you shall not wander. And you will swear, 'As the Lord lives,' in truth and in justice and in righteousness, nations will bless themselves with Him and boast about Him." (4:1-2)