If they say they can see the future and stuff..then why have they not all won the lotteries..nor gamble….if you were to see the future wouldn’t you take advantage of it? It’s all fake..why do people pay for this stuff?
Suggestion by tarot_frog
Well, clairvoyants don’t typically claim to tell the exact future. If anyone can tell the future, it’s usually the future that is the result of the current course of events. The future is always changing based on whether you choose left or right, up or down… etc. It would seem then that if your future is constantly changing, their information wouldn’t necessarily be wrong, just outdated. Alot of people who are clairvoyant choose not to take advantage of this gift with gambling or lottery citing bad karma… while others exploit their gift.
I’ve never paid for a “fortune teller”. I do my own readings or they’re gifts from other psychics / clairvoyants.
Suggestion by hislady
Because unfortunately it doesn’t work that way. We don’t see everything, only God sees everything. We only see bits and peices of things. I don’t know how it works, I really don’t. I just know that I know things, I get things, I feel things. Send me a picture, where I can see your eyes, so I can look into them, and I can tell you quite a lot about you. I’ve been done readings for a few people from around here. It’s a gift, one we can’t take advantage of, and sad to say, those who do fake it give those of us with geniune gifts a bad rap.
Suggestion by Peter D
I am not sure why people believe in clairvoyance. After giving it much thought all I can think of is it makes life a little more colorful and interesting.
Give your answer to this question below!
Am I using the word ‘clairvoyant’ correctly in this sentence?
…, however, being a single child, raised by a single mother, the thought of having a father-and-son relationship was clairvoyant.
If not, what word would fit there?
At a young age, I always look forward to going on camping trips, fishing or even play baseball, however, being a single child, raised by a single mother, the thought of having a father-and-son relationship was ____.
Suggestion by picador
I’m afraid not. A clairvoyant is something like a fortune teller. Someone with second sight.
I can’t suggest an alternative because I don’t know what you are trying to say.
Edit- OK. Unless it is a specific assignment, there is nothing magic about using single words. Phrases are often more meaningful. How about something like “…… was something that I could only dream of.”
Suggestion by It’s This Long
no. clairvoyant is seeing something beyond normal sight, sort of like being psychic.
can’t help you with the word since i don’t know the other sentence.
Suggestion by Kitt
Sorry, ‘clairvoyant’ is not the right word. (clairvoyant is a psychic / fortune teller)
…however, being a single child, raised by a single mother, the thought of having a father-and-son relationship was exhilarating; to say the least.
If the person in the sentence feels uneasy about a new relationship, you can use the word ‘disconcerting’.
If the person in the sentence feels excited about a new relationship, you can use the word ‘exhilarating’.
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