EDINBURGH: When a seven-year-old boy from Scotland found out a surprise surprise, his father's father found a letter written through "British uninsured" by the British mail service.
Jase Hyndman wrote a letter for her dad's birthday, Teri Copland told his mother on Facebook (November 28).
Little know that they soon received Royal Mail's response as they delivered letters.
Assistant Director's Office, written by Sean Milligan, said the Royal Mail's response to the delivery of the boy's letter "was a challenging challenge for stars and other galactic objects to ride in the sky."
He added: "However, please make sure that this important important message is delivered … I know how important your email is. What can I do to safely secure it?"
Copland said that she thanked her for a tender gesture.
He wrote: "I can not really point out how the emotional got his dad to know his dad.
"You do not have to make that effort. You have ignored it, but the effort of a boy you have never met is a wonderful thing."
He added: "Royal Mail, you have regained my faith in humanity again".
According to the BBC, Jase and his brother, Neiver, have been celebrating their birthdays for 10 years, every year since its death in 2014.
When Jase was "overwhelmed," he said the letter was "delivered" and "my father actually got my letter mum," said Copland BBC.
The social media media published in the Royal Mail letter are over 250,000 times since Wednesday.
Copland said: "I want people to have a nice gesture of kindness for someone's lifestyle … The Royal Mail has really taken part and this gives me so comfort."