I shall attempt to explain by beginning with a short story:
Lisa had worked extra jobs and made many financial sacrifices in order to put her two kids through private school and piano lessons, because she wanted so much for her children to have what she had not. Fifteen years later, her children did not become concert pianists. In fact, they did not even care to play the piano.
For me, the moral of the story (Theorem Infinity) is: What you want is not what everybody else wants. Imposing your will on others, even with good intention, is at best an exercise of futility, at worse it may backfire on you. And the Corollary is: Be careful of what you ask for; for you may just get it.
Now that I have totally sidetracked you from my theme, I need to refer you back to the story above. What I want is for the whole wide world (www) (not just my kids) to have what I want most but find lacking (more than the piano), such as:
But above all, I want you to do any or all of the above out of your own free will. Otherwise the purpose shall be defeated.
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