>I hope from the bottom of my heart that we all would be saved.<<<
The yearning for universal salvation (apokatastasis) seems to be a trait of an Orthodox consciousness while the opposite attraction toward minimal salvation is characteristic of an Augustinian Protestant soul.
Many Church Fathers believed in universal salvation. St Augustine laments that it was the majority Christian belief in his days (unwittingly bearing witness to something he condemned.) Saint Martin assures the Devil he will be saved if he repents. Saint Isaac is an out and out preacher of apokatastasis for both demons and man.. Saint Silouan says that Love could not bear to see a soul in Hell.....
By the time of Saint Maximos the belief was universally condemned but he cannot resist commenting. "One should pray that apokatastasis is true, but it would be foolish to preach it as doctrine."