Yes. Jesus demands our all…but in the same way that loving our own children don’t detract from our love of God, love of His mother who is also our spiritual mother, doesn’t detract from our love of God.
We should love our work too! And again, if our principal intention is to love God by doing our work well in service of Him and love of others, then it’s a good thing.
God is Our Father…he’s not a miserly mean jealous God. Think family love, the happiest, most generous and cheerful and bright love imaginable. This is the love that God wants us to take into the world…it’s why He put us in families so we would spread the family spirit (His spirit) into all of the world.
If we welcome our neighbor into our home cheerfully and generously…we don’t make God jealous. If we ask our neighbor to help us change out the water heater…God doesn’t get jealous.
Why would God get jealous if we ask Mary for a favor?
Take Mary’s example at the wedding feast in Cana…initially Jesus pushed back on Mary’s request about the need for wine. But then he agreed to help based on her intercession for the wedding couple.
Did Jesus get jealous because others didn’t come to him about the wine shortage problem? No, he responded because His mother pleaded with Him and because of her utter humble confidence that he would do it, and how He overacheived!