Puck removes the ass’s head and Bottom returns to Athens and rejoins his friends as they prepare to perform their play. Meanwhile the lovers’ arguments tire them out as they chase one another through the woods and when Demetrius rests, Oberon puts magic juice on his eyes so that both he and Lysander pursue Helena until the fourlovers fall asleep, exhausted. Puck puts juice on Lysander’s eyes before the lovers are woken by Theseus and Hippolyta and their dawn hunting party. Happily reunited to each other, Lysander with Hermia, Demetrius with Helena, they agree to share the Duke’s wedding day. The rustics perform the play of Pyramus and Thisbe before the wedding guests. As the three couples retire Puck and the fairies return to bless the palace and its people.
Molvolio is afflicted with a sort of self-deceit that does non discontinue to be with transition of clip but it nurtures. His affliction is due to mental and psychological laziness. He finds himself encircled by ‘idle. shoal things’ ( III. 4. 122 ) . The same idling set an drift for him to contemplate over the premise of get marrieding to Olivia. This thought is farther augmented by the idea that ‘Maria one time told me she ( Olivia ) did impact me’ ( II. 5. 23-24 ) In actuality. he does non experience love for Olivia but it the wages of get marrieding her that captivates Molvolio’s phantasies. For illustration. expression at his phantasies in the box-hedge scene ;
The redeemed of the earth will enjoy peace, perfect health, eternal life and a continual growth in their knowledge and love of God. Isaiah 11:6-9; 33:24; 35:5-10; John 14:1-3 . There the powers of body and mind will continue to develop; the intellectual, spiritual and social faculties will continue to broaden and expand. The treasures of the universe will be open for study. At every hand are new delights to enjoy, new wonders to admire, new truths to comprehend and the company of unfallen beings who share the joy and wisdom gained through millennia spent in the contemplation of God’s handiwork. And the years of eternity, as they roll, will continue to bring more and still more glorious revelations, for “eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” 1 Corinthians 2:9.