I like the writing. Im not sure I entirely grasp the extent of your conception here though.
So essentially, will has no object, it can't be seen with respect to anything, if I understand you correctly.
So the idea of a will that attains something is a contradiction to the purity of will.
Does will have any attributes other than that it is absolute and undivided?
If not, what can we say about it to make understood what it means?
Is it simply another word for 'god almighty'?
" The strong do what they can do and the weak accept what they have to accept. "