noun: reconciliation; plural noun: reconciliations
- 1.the restoration of friendly relations."his reconciliation with your uncle"
synonyms: reuniting, reunion, bringing together (again), conciliation, reconcilement, rapprochement, fence-mending; Morepacification, appeasement, placating, mollification"the reconciliation of the disputants"resolution, settlement, settling, resolving, mending, remedying"a reconciliation of their differences"agreement, compromise, understanding, peace;formalconcord"there was little hope of reconciliation"harmonizing, harmonization, squaring, balancing"the reconciliation of theory with practice"
- 2.the action of making one view or belief compatible with another."he aims to bring about a reconciliation between art and technology"So who are the natives trying to reconcile with? Themselves? The natives do not get along with themselves. They attack the hands that feed them. See "the rabid squaw", just google it and know that the AHS lost two of there diversity group.There must be discussion with the two parties to reconcile. The government does not really speak for the people, and does not know how we feel. We have never been asked on this subject. They are not reconciling with the population.As long as they live on reserves and reproduce like rabbits, they cannot reconcile with the economy, nor with those who are forced off the reservations due to the inter-native bigotry.Their preference, well of many of them, is to not prepare themselves for work. Education is often ignored, and they want top dollar for poor work attitude. So they cannot reconcile with the working world.In order to reconcile with anything, they must change, for the world outside of them is not going to change for them. Reconciliation means changing themselves. They do not yet seem to be aware of this yet. Oh well, in the end we all just die anyway.