I asked yesterday about the imperative of velle, and it turned out that does not really have an imperative. If the most obvious option is not available, how should I give an order to want? A phrase or two with a classical use example would be great. It can be just an imperative if that is the idiomatic choice, but I do not know which verb to pick if velle is not available.
A use example was given in the linked question, but I will give another one here. In the following case I would like use the imperative of velle:
Do you want to build a welfare state? Want to share!
The point is that willingness to share is the key to a welfare state, more so than sharing itself. I do not mean that I really think this way; this is just to give an example situation where one might want to order someone to want something.