As we all have individual opinions and personal interpretations/understandings of gospel topics, it is to be expected that we may see things our own way in some respects. While I would agree that everyone needs to discover the path to God that resonates with the most power in their souls, I don't believe all those individual paths are necessarily "different" paths. I absolutely don't believe ALL paths lead to God, at least not directly. I don't believe the path of a tyrant or serial killer is leading anywhere close to God. I don't believe self-absorption leads to God, I don't believe fanaticism leads to God. I do believe there is basically one path to God (even if 100 people will call the path 100 different names), and that path is defined in our scriptures, with some the most notable sections being:
D&C 121 (emphasis on v. 36 to end)
The path to God is to become intimately familiar with the nature and power of God. To know God is to love God, to love God is to come to know him. There is ultimately only one path to God, and I believe even my atheist friends can grasp it to some degree:
If ye love me keep my commandments
The greatest commandment: Love God, Love your fellow men
By this shall men know ye are my disciples
I believe agency is absolutely essential to the Father's plan, and through our exercise of agency we may come to know of our own experience that Love is the law, and Love is the way. I wouldn't say "all you need is love" because I don't believe true Godly love is that simple. To truly love is to impart your soul, the deepest sense of the word is a profoundly divine act which encompasses all righteousness.Love even your enemies that ye may be the children of your Father...
I disagree with the statement: "All paths lead to God" ...and when we feel the desire to simplify the views of our brothers we are not loving them.