The phrase ohev et hatochachot means "loving reproof" or "loving rebuke." The word ohev from the Hebrew root alef-hei-vet means "love." The word tochachot from the root yod-kaf-chet means "reproof,"" admonition," or "rebuke."
Ohev et HaMakom translates as "loving God." The word ohev from the Hebrew root alef-hei-vet means "love." Ha in Hebrew means "the," and makom from the Hebrew root mem-kuf-mem means "existence" and is one of the names for God.
Ohev et HaBriyot translates as "loving all creatures." Ohev comes from the Hebrew root aleph-hei-vet, which means "to love." Briyot comes from the Hebrew root beit-reish-aleph, which means "to create."
"The former generations made the study of Torah their regular concern and their daily work their occasional concern, and they succeeded in the one and in the other. The recent generations have made their daily work their regular concern and their study of Torah their occasional concern, and they have succeeded neither in the one nor in the other." (Babylonian Talmud 35b)