A 7-year-old boy named Jase Hyndman from Scotland sent a birthday card to his deceased father in Heaven.
Surprisingly, he received a response.
Jase didn’t include an address on the letter, but simply asked the postman to deliver it to his dad in Heaven.
When Sean Milligan, an assistant delivery office manager from the Royal Mail service, saw the letter, he decided to send a reply to Jase.
The letter explained the challenges of delivering mail to Heaven and assured Jase that they would continue to make sure his letter reached his dad safely. Jase and his mother were deeply moved by the response and shared it on social media, where it became viral.
The kind act of the postman touched their hearts and restored their faith in humanity. It shows how a small act of kindness can have a big impact on someone’s life.
Kind Bus Driver Stopped Bus To Help Walk A Blind Man Safely Through Street Construction
A bus driver in Milwaukee, Gene Hubbard, noticed that a blind man, Gene, faced difficulties due to street construction.
Despite losing his sight to diabetes, Gene navigates his daily commute using a walking stick. However, the construction work disrupted his usual route, making it challenging for him to cross the street.
Observing this, the 28-year-old bus driver, Thaddeus Turner, parked the bus and went outside to assist Gene.
Together, they safely made their way through the construction and traffic. Passengers on the bus and other drivers witnessed the heartwarming scene.
Sydney Kazmierczak, one of the passengers, felt fortunate to capture the moment on her phone and praised Thaddaus for his kind act.