Make of that what you will or Do what you will
What is the meaning of 'will' in these expressions?
Here's some examples:
I have had my share of desires and goals, but my life has come to me or I have gone to it mainly by way of mistakes and surprises. Often I have received better than I deserved. Often my fairest hopes have rested on bad mistakes. I am an ignorant pilgrim, crossing a dark valley. And yet for a long time, looking back, I have been unable to shake off the feeling that I have been led - make of that what you will.
(Wendell Berry, Jayber Crow)
Do What You Will (Collected works of Aldous Huxley)
Wiccan morality is largely expressed in the Wiccan Rede: An [if] it harm none, do what you will. ... is usually interpreted as a declaration of the freedom to act, along with the necessity of taking responsibility for what follows from one's actions.
Here are two definitions of 'will':
1. To decide on; choose.
2. To yearn for; desire: "She makes you will your own destruction" (George Bernard Shaw).
3. To decree, dictate, or order.
4. To resolve with a forceful will; determine.
5. To induce or try to induce by sheer force of will: We willed the sun to come out.
6. To grant in a legal will; bequeath.
1. To exercise the will.
2. To make a choice; choose.
1. Used to indicate simple futurity: They will appear later.
2. Used to indicate likelihood or certainty: You will regret this.
3. Used to indicate willingness: Will you help me with this package?
4. Used to indicate requirement or command: You will report to me afterward.
5. Used to indicate intention: I will too if I feel like it.
6. Used to indicate customary or habitual action: People will talk.
7. Used to indicate capacity or ability: This metal will not crack under heavy pressure.
8. Used to indicate probability or expectation: That will be the messenger ringing.
tr. & intr.v.
To wish; desire: Do what you will. Sit here if you will.
Which of these 'will's is meant? Is it short for Make or that what you will [make of it]? Or is it Make of that what you determine/resolve/induce my the force of your will?
Can it be used in other tenses? eg
They made of that what they would
They made of that what they willed