Put this in the Hopper—–Lunar New Year has Arrived and we are now entering the ‘Year of the Rabbit.’
Believed to be one of the most fortunate of the the twelve Chinese signs under which to be born, Rabbits (1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999) are articulate, talented, have fine taste, are ambitious (although not that daring). Rabbits often make the right choice of one thing over another seemingly with no effort.
Sometimes the “Rabbit” has been referred to as: the ‘Cat’ (for example-scottish musician Al Stewart’s–‘Year of the Cat‘….of course, it could be all that single malt–at a certain point all small mammals look alike when you’re lying on the floor…..)
Apparently, in Vietnam the fourth animal of the ‘chinese’ zodiac is indeed the Cat. Go figure.
After last year’s TIGER a bit of R&R may well be the respite we all crave.
The Rabbit is the sign most apt to find happiness and contentment.