The author explores a nexus of varied abstract issues and protean realities that relates to social justice, its complex manifestations and inordinate conundrums. It's counter-factual to think of a world without a social problem. The author, based on his half-a-century of experience, deep insight, and vast knowledge, thinks otherwise. He offers a cross-sectional analysis of his work as a social worker, thinker, educator, writer and critique. The multi-linearity of five elemental themes-human condition, theoretico-philosophical streams, social constructs and intervention, international social development and, finally, society, science and values offers a prismatic view of the author's previously published sixteen books. Unlike any other anthology or a reader, this omnibus combs through a complex opus of varied subjects and topics that synergize a symbiotic interface between humanities and social sciences.