Cry, the Beloved Country

On chapter 11 "There are times, not doubt, when God seems no more to be about the world". Explain.

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THis is a low point for Kumalo. He feels that God has forsaken him. He feels that God doesn't concern himself with problems of the world. Kumalo feels despondent, “more fear and more pain. There is nothing in the world but fear and pain”