How do we go about dismantling systems that have plunged humanity into crisis? How can we mobilize marginality to enact alternative, imaginative and social-justice oriented possibilities. As a rich metaphor for connectivity The Circle Unfolds suggests a pathway for a better world. Stories, memories, poems, sacred traditions, and graphics, emanating from social margins advances social justice from the ground up. This graphic storied text calls on the readers, researchers, educators, and activists to reflect on the impact of structural exclusion with the question: could it have ben otherwise? If so, how can we capture these moments of "otherwise" to build a world where we can co-exist with the life worlds of human-nature family? The visual language of graphics fosters spaces of intervention for exploring alternative ways of being and becoming. Existentially, we are bound to each other. Praxis-oriented focus of our work lends itself to alternative readings informed by affect and imagination.