Asking townsfolk — a thousand of them — to do something for their own good isn’t going to be easy. Dolpo tried to mobilize them to take up the pen and paper as the local post office was about to close its doors for good.
He’s been a mailman for two decades, and the management says he can either retire early or get a transfer. Both weren’t bad options, but neither was an option he would consider.
But this wasn’t just a job for him. Mails are personal, and sending mails was his passion.
With little luck in mobilising the townsfolk, he looks back to letters he received from his wife. Re-reading them moved him, and he decided to share this spirit to his neighbours.