WISH AND WILL
I want you to do this means I would like you to do it if you can. That is, it is a request. I wish you to do this means I want you to obey whether you can or you cannot. That is, it is an order. In such cases there is a chance of the wish being thwarted by disobedience, by not obeying. I will you to do something means that you are definitely, automatically to do it, and you are able to do it because I make you do it – because it is my will.
When I give an order, it is not like an order given by a commander in the field of battle. Rather, when I give an order, it implies my pleasure. It should not be equated with the order given by a general. In my case, it is an expression of my pleasure. Thus, I give you scope to exert your very most to please me. Lord Meher, 1st. ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 17, p. 5786.