Dan Campbell (El Salvador) shares some essays

Essays —


Dan Campbell (El Salvador)

Dear friends

I hope your week is going well and i wanted to share some of my latest essays with you at the link below and i welcome your comments and suggestions for improvement. Take care and keep in touch!


•   June 26, 2024
An essay on selling Bibles door to door

As a student at N.C. State University many years ago, I embarked on a summer adventure that whisked me away to the picturesque and historic town of New Bern, North Carolina. My mission was to sell Bibles door-to-door. Little did I know, this venture would lead me down a path of unexpected lessons and memorable… Read more

  • June 23, 2024
    An essay on random acts of kindness

    Random Acts of Kindness: Nurturing Compassion and Connectivity Random acts of kindness are spontaneous, unplanned actions aimed at bringing joy or assistance to others without expecting anything in return. These gestures can vary from simple actions like holding a door open for someone to more significant efforts such as paying for a stranger’s meal. The… Read more

  • June 22, 2024
    An essay on the fun and benefits of juggling

    I am no juggling expert by any means but I sure do enjoy juggling. It is quite a thrill to practice a new juggling move, and after dozens of attempts, to finally do it. Learning to juggle also gives you an appreciation and respect for the juggling masters at Cirque du Soleil and other venues… Read more

  • June 20, 2024
    An essay on things not to do in an elevator

    For some reason, I once started singing “Ave Maria” on a crowed elevator and it was interesting to see the reactions. A few smiled but most wanted to exit the elevator as soon as possible. I have also wanted to carry a whoopee cushion onto an elevator and make fart sounds but have never had… Read more

  • June 18, 2024
    An essay on the wisdom of indigenous cultures

    Indigenous cultures across the globe offer a tapestry of rich spiritual traditions that provide profound insights into the human experience, our relationship with the natural world, and the fabric of community life. Despite the vast diversity of these traditions, they are united by several common threads, such as a deep connection to nature, a cyclical… Read more

  • June 15, 2024
    An essay on the photograph Earthrise

    On December 24, 1968, astronaut William Anders took a photograph that changed how humanity views itself and its place in the universe. This iconic image, known as “Earthrise,” was captured during the Apollo 8 mission, the first crewed journey to orbit the Moon. Against the stark, lifeless lunar surface, Earth appeared as a vibrant, fragile… Read more

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