India, April 3 -- A man took to Reddit to share how receiving a job rejection letter from a company he applied for was "very comforting". Further, he also explained the reasoning behind his post. The interesting share has struck a chord with others who agreed that the letter is not like most rejection letters that people usually receive.

"IDK why, but I found this rejection letter very comforting," a Reddit user wrote while sharing a screenshot. "This may seem like a run of the mill rejection letter, but the choice of wording left me feeling better about myself. Am I overthinking this?" the man further added.

The post was shared more than 20 hours ago. Since then, it has collected nearly 5,100 upvotes. The share has further accumulated ...