A postal worker at the main sorting office finds an unstamped, poorly hand-written envelope addressed to God.
He opens the envelope and discovers a letter from an elderly lady, who is distressed because some thief has robbed her of a hundred dollars.
She will be cold and hungry for the rest of the month if she doesn’t receive some divine intervention.
The postal worker organizes a collection among the other postal workers who dig deep into their pockets and collect a total of ninety six dollars to donate to needy senior citizen.
They mail the money to her by express delivery that very same morning.
A week later the postal worker recognizes the same handwriting on another envelope addressed to God.
He opens it and reads the letter:
“Dear God, thank you for replacing the money which was stolen from me.
This month would have been so bleak otherwise.
P.S. It was four dollars short, but that was probably because of those thieves at the post office.”