They were meant to instruct the people.
These plays were about the bible, saints, or sometimes just about a situation where it's shown the correct path to be taken when choices seem ambiguous. Those plays were meant to teach others how to act and how to be moral and good.
I agree more with that the best way to stay fit and healthy is simply to lead a normal life.
Nature has built human body in such a way that it is self-sustainable unless we disturb it by artificial means. Our artificial food, unnatural life style, bad sleeping habits are major causes of our health issues. If we observe people living in villages, especially those who lead a rural life closer to nature are healthier than those living in cities eating artificial foods, spending too much or too less time on some specific activities of life. So leading a normal and natural life ensures good health.
Physically demanding sports, special diets, or preventative medicine -
conventional or alternative all have their side-effect on human health which will appear sooner or later.
So, in order to achieve good physical as well as mental health, we should lead a normal life.
very polite or refined, as befitting a royal court
a dishonest or unscrupulous man.
past tense: loathed; past participle: loathed
give a lot of public attention and approval to (someone); treat as a celebrity.
i know this Using the context of the paragraph andexamples from the text
It means to begin or introduce something
Depends on what you like, I liked reading Brians Hunt by gary paulsen
Or the legend series by marie Lu