A heartwarming story has emerged from West Lothian, Scotland, where a little boy named Jase Hyndman sent a birthday card to his father in heaven. Since his father passed away four years ago, Jase was eager to send his dad a special message on his birthday. However, instead of writing an address on the envelope, Jase simply wrote a message to the postman, asking if he could take the card to his father in heaven. Much to Jase’s surprise, the postman responded to his request in a touching way.
Sean Milligan, the assistant delivery office manager for the Royal Mail service, came across the letter and decided to do something special for Jase. In a letter addressed to Jase, Sean explained that it was a difficult challenge to deliver the letter to heaven, given the stars and other galactic objects on the way. He assured Jase that he would do everything in his power to ensure the safe delivery of the letter to his dad.
Upon receiving the response, Jase and his mother Teri Copland were deeply moved and filled with emotions. Teri was so appreciative of the Royal Mail’s exceptional effort to make Jase’s day special that she shared the heartwarming letter on social media. The post rapidly spread across the internet, gaining a significant amount of attention and admiration. In her post, Teri expressed her gratitude towards the Royal Mail for their extraordinary act of kindness.
This act of kindness from Sean and the Royal Mail has restored Teri’s faith in humanity and has shown that even small gestures can have a huge impact on someone’s life. Jase was thrilled to know that his dad received his birthday message, and the response from the postman has made his day even more special. The story of Jase’s letter and Sean’s response is a beautiful reminder that kindness and empathy are what make the world a better place.