"And it was only a handful of the Grigori for fell for that reason, as I found out," Raziel mentioned, "Uzza and Kokabiel among them. The others fell due to loyalty. It takes a repetitive mindful desire to eschew their duties for it that made them fall, not a single momentary relapse in responsibility. It requires an angel to forsake their duties quite consciously, as I did, as they did. Having the mindset of either, "I can not" or "I will not" is the basis of it all. Lucifer fell because he refused to set aside his pride. I fell because I refused to teach when I thought humanity incapable of being taught, and my refusal to love them as I loved God, and at least in the cases of Uzza and Kokabiel, they fell because they wished to follow their desires, and not their direct orders." That said, he took a long swig of his lager, pleased by its taste.
"Priorities are a part of it, Ariel, but you are enough like me where if it weren't for your beloved's strong personality, you'd spend an eternity at your experiments and out exploring for more. I very much doubt you'll ever fall for the same reason that the Grigori had. It is the same with my baby brother and his beloved."