This book is a journal or diary of a man who rescues an infant from a psychotic father who determined the child to be his threat and murdered the mother with poison while intentionally hiding his crimes from his family. Andreas Munch rescued the infant in question and raised another man?s child from infancy and helped him develop the skills to survive and thrive in such a hostile world. It shows poetic sonnets from key points in the life of Andreas, which brings him toward comprehension and gratefulness for the blessing of raising this child of such sorrow and trauma. Upon facing life challenges, he must face struggles the same as any other wavering soul?by day showing strength and courage, but at night wallowing in his anxiety and pain. His wife died very young, leaving him with two sons to raise. He felt bitterness at first, but his first son died falling off cliff and second son died from frigid cold exposure. His trauma complete, he turned to help and work for his nation. Upon travels through France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, then Russia in service to a dear friend given no choice, she requests him to raise her son as his own, for she knew her death was imminent. Similar to my mother?s mother was Vena Oneida Jehle Alexandrovich Romanov Walters, undenounced to anyone?s knowledge, her father being Sergei Jehle Alexandrovich, and her mother, princess of Hess, was murdered when Vena was age four. Pauline Catherine Bonaparte Jehle Alexandrovich Romanov was murdered after childbirth by poison. Vena?s mother was murdered, pushed down a staircase to keep her silent of her lineage. All forgotten except one photograph. Sergei was known as Rudolphus Walters, but in another photo G. D. McGinnis. Multiple identities discovered for these men who migrated and created so many families across Mississippi, Missouri, Alabama, Louisiana, Kansas, Arkansas. The book is a tribute to Andreas Munch?s life. Without him, I would not exist.