EDINBURGH: A seven-year-old boy in Scotland received an exciting start-up when he discovered that a letter he wrote to her was "safeguarded securely" by the British postal service.
Jase Hyndman recently wrote a letter for his father's birthday, his mother Teri Copland, said on Facebook on Wednesday (November 28).
Few they knew they would receive a reply from Royal Mail soon saying that their letter was submitted.
Having written by the assistant distribution office manager, Sean Milligan, said the Royal Mail replied that the boy's letter was presented as "a difficult challenge to avoid stars and other galactic objects on the way to the heavens".
He added: "However, make sure that this important item of mail has been introduced … I know how important your post is. I will continue to do everything we can to make sure heaven is introduce securely. "
Copland said she was grateful for the kind of sport.
He wrote: "I can not tell how emotional he knows his father had received his card.
"You did not have to make the effort to do this. You could not ignore it but the fact that you've made the effort for a little boy you've never met is so beautiful to do. "
He added: "Royal Mail, you have just restored my faith in mankind."
According to the BBC, Jase and his 10-year-old sister Neive have marked their father's anniversary each year since he died in 2014.
Jase was "crowded" when the letter was found to be "presented" and said "my father had received my letter to my mother", said Copland to the BBC.
Her social media post on Royal Mail's letter has split over 250,000 times since Wednesday.
Copland added: "I want people to realize that a small gesture of kindness can have such a great impact on someone's life … Royal Mail was really involved and that gives me so much comfort."