National Thank A Mail Carrier Day
These intrepid adventurers are well-known to us, and we love them. They will travel to any weather condition to deliver our mail, no matter how dangerous the dogs or the temperature outside. They are the best friend for every child at Christmas or on their birthdays. Even today, there is nothing better than waiting for the Amazon delivery to arrive in the mail.
National Thank A Mail Carrier Day reminds people to express their appreciation for the wonderful men and women who transport our mail every day.
National Thank A Mail Carrier Day has a history as old as the history the post. This may be even longer than you think. Persia was the first to record the concept of mail, or at least the first to create a codified postal system.
King Cyrus, the Great, went to great lengths in order to ensure that mail reached all corners of his Kingdom. He also worked closely with neighbouring countries to ensure that mail reached every corner. It took a lot of diplomatic negotiations and building roads, guards, and large diplomatic negotiations. Actually, the quote about James Farley Post Office is a rephrasing from a Herodotus quote from Greece in 5th Century BC.
“It is said that there are as many days in the entire journey as there are men and horses, and that these are not stayed by snow, rain, heat, or darkness from accomplishing the course with all speed.” – This statement clearly demonstrates the heart of the creed. National Thank A Mail Carrier Day is a reminder to appreciate someone who continues an idea that has existed since before Christ.
It is a great idea to simply meet them at their mailbox and give them a sincere thank you. You can ask them what they prefer and offer them either a cold beverage or hot tea. Or you could give them snacks to take along on the road. They are the men who bring you the good and the bad news, but that is not a reason to shoot them.