Edinburgh: A seven-year-old boy in Scotland received a touch of surprise, revealing that the British postal service, which he wrote to his unemployed person, was safely delivered.
Jase Hyndman recently wrote a letter about his father's birthday, his mother Teri Copland said on Facebook on Wednesday (November 28th).
The little ones knew that they would soon receive an answer from Royal Mail stating that their letter was delivered.
The response from Sean Milligan, head of the shipping office, was that Royal Mail responded that delivery of the boy's letter was a "daunting task to avoid stars and other galactic objects that hit the sky".
It added: "However, please be sure this important postal message has been delivered … I know how important your mail is, I will continue to do my best to safely deliver to heaven."
Copland said she was grateful for this kind of gesture.
She wrote: "I really can not say how emotional he knows that his father got his card.
"You do not have to make an effort to do this. You could simply ignore it, but the fact that you've done a little boy that you've never met is so nice."
She added: "Royal Mail, you just renewed my faith in humanity."
The BBC believes that Jase and his 10 year old sister, Neive, have been celebrating their father's birth every year since his death in 2014.
Jase was "surprised" when he learned that the letter was "delivered" and said there: "My dad really got my letter to my mother," Copland told the BBC.
Her social media message in the Royal Mail letter since Wednesday has been shared more than 250,000 times.
Copland added: "I want people to understand that a small gesture of kindness can have such an impact on someone's life … Royal Mail has actually taken part and it gives me so much comfort."