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Let me go find my crystal ball. I'll be right back.

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Love one another.

If you meant to ask, Should a three year old be talking, the answer is yes.  If the child is not talking yet, take him/her to a doctor and find out what's going on.  

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One day I said, 'I will go out & look for my enemies' and on that day I found no friends. The next day I said, 'I will go out & look for my friends' & on that day I found no enemies. ~YeddaHeads~

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