The Rabbit Character:
The Rabbit person has good manners is seen to be very polite, kind and appreciative of beauty. When given the choice the Rabbit will opt for the good life and a tranquil environment every time. He sincerely believes that it costs nothing for people to be nice to each other and he will always make an effort to be civil.
Rabbit’s love loose clothing of a superb cut and fabric such as cashmere sweaters and pure silk blouses, elegance is key. Flashy geometric or garish designs offend the Rabbit’s sense of conformity and balance.
The Rabbit lady will happily marry a good old-fashioned millionaire rather than a handsome but penniless swain. The former will be able to provide her with the advantages and luxuries she demands as necessities. The Rabbit lady is good hearted in nature but has a bad temper if exercised. Her man must be powerful enough to protect and support her but sensitive enough to leave her be when she is in a sullen mood and wants to be alone.
At his best the Rabbit is admired for his intelligence and sensible advice. At his worst he is over sensitive, too imaginative and is not always fully devoted in love. The Rabbit hates to be trapped and can be alarmingly repressive in his drive for secrecy and privacy. The Rabbit is agile and will avoid being drawn into conflict at any cost, unless, it affects him directly in which case he will take the appropriate measures to protect his interest. He believes in his own ability to survive happy to rely on his own judgement. There is no great inner struggle in the Rabbit’s heart between good and evil and generally the Rabbit is at peace with himself. Almost all Rabbit’s have a natural inclination towards spiritual belief and are the sign most apt to find happiness and contentment.