A short summary of the book Cry, The Beloved Country:
Kumalo's tragedy in the illiberality of South Africa
My favorite quote from the book:
"I do this not because I am courageous and honest, but because it is the only way to end the conflict of my deepest soul"
Is the disintegration of tribalism the cause of many of our problems?
How detrimental is fear to our society?
My thoughts about Cry, The Beloved Country:
Industrialism wasn't always the right answer.
Don't fear what is different.
Families should stand by one another.