Detachment is the beginning of equanimity. Neither attachment nor detachment can be known without knowing the other. The joy from detachment is not a pursuit to be enslaved to - nor the sorrow from attachment a burden to despise.
Love transcends both these as the decision of giving all of oneself in service. As Mother Teresa once said "When we judge we have no time to love". Love is the decision that liberates us from trapped potential.
Love that is effective is a result of calibrating for rapport - a state in which nether party in the relationship judges each other. Loving the self is also a calibration of mind, body and emotion. That is why even if it is logically possible to love another, it is psychologically impossible to do so without loving one's own self.
Compassion is empathetic acceptance rooted in trust of the unknowable. It is a product of vulnerability and vulnerability is an act of conscious will.
Happiness is the uncaused ecstasy of traversing in surrender to mystic depths.
Awareness is communion with the unconscious, united through mind, body and emotion.