WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE YEAR OF THE RABBIT
WHAT 2022 HAS IN STORE FOR YOU
BY HIRANMAYII AWLI MOHANAN
As we step into 2023, we’re also ushering in the Year of the Water Rabbit, come January 22, according to the Chinese calendar. Those who’re born in the Year of the Rabbit include years 2023, 2011, 1999 , 1987, 1975, 1963, 1951, 1939 and 1927. The rabbit, is regarded as the symbol of longevity, peace and prosperity in the Chinese culture. Thus, this year is predicted to be the year of hope. People born in a year of the Rabbit are believed to be vigilant, witty, quick-minded, and ingenious. Read on to find out what the Year of the Rabbit has in store for you below.
# RABBIT’S PERSONALITY
According to Chinese astrology, Rabbits are predicted to be gentle, quiet, elegant and alert as well as quick, skilful, kind, patient and very responsible. They can be reluctant to reveal their thoughts to others and have the tendency to escape reality, but always faithful to those around them. The male rabbits are characterised by always treating people politely, with a gentle smile that makes people feel that they are credible and sincere. When encountering difficulties, they are never discouraged but instead remain persistent in their endeavours. The female rabbits, on the other hand, are personified as having a pretty and demure, with proclivity for being social and connecting with people.
Most compatible with Rabbit: Dog, Pig, Goat
Both Dog and Rabbit tend to enjoy peaceful and quiet life. They’ll work towards this and enjoy it together. Rabbit and Pig share similar personalities and will be attracted to each other. Goats need someone to depend on, and Rabbits enjoy taking care of others so their personality complements Goats well.
Least compatible with Rabbit: Rooster, Dragon, Rat
Rabbit and Roosters clash strongly and are the least compatible. Even the weather can be the fuel for their argument. While Dragons share similar goals and interests with Rabbit, their personalities may clash. Relationships with Rats can be tricky. With time, differences will become apparent and it’ll become impossible to agree with each other.
# WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE YEAR OF THE RABBIT?
This year will be full of professional success and advancements, though fuelled by But this also hard work and effort. Luck will be on the side of the zodiac signs, and you will notice that you can accomplish everything you’ve set out to do. Business partnerships will flourish this year. 2023 is the year when the zodiac signs allow themselves to fulfil all their wishes because this is a great financial year. However, sue to the Rabbit’s dualism, it is recommended for the zodiac to exercise caution because this year can bring hits below the belt, financial earthquakes and social turmoil.
In terms of love and marriage, 2023 will be the year of positive emotions and excellent circumstances for starting romantic relationships. One of the most important pieces of advice this year is to try to follow your passion and make time for activities that please you and make you feel good. While you should prioritise and given importance to your relationships, introspection is also necessary in order to maintain a healthy and stable relationship.
As per the Chinese New Year horoscope, most zodiac signs will have plenty of energy, but they must be careful to direct it in the right direction and enjoy recreational activities. However, those born in the Dragon and Monkey signs might encounter some stressful situations, and will need the help of their loved ones to overcome them. Some issues might prove too difficult
for them, which is why stress and anxiety might follow them throughout the year.
# FAMOUS PERSONALITIES BORN IN THE YEAR OF THE RABBIT
Michael Jordan: February 17, 1963, Water Rabbit
Johnny Depp: June 9, 1963, Water Rabbit
Kate Winslet: October 5, 1975, Wood Rabbit
Tiger Woods: December 30, 1975, Wood Rabbit
Lionel Messi: June 24, 1987, Fire Rabbit