The Rabbit and the Horse may have to put some work into maintaining a mutually satisfying relationship — and that work is more likely to be done by the Rabbit than by the Horse. The Rabbit, by nature, tends to idealize relationships and often puts in more energy than its partner. This is a very compassionate and understanding sign, though, qualities that might work especially well with the Horse, whose caprice and inner conflicts can be rather confusing for others. The Horse’s penchant for changing its mind in a split second often works against relationships, both platonic and amorous. The Horse is a lot of fun to have around — it’s an intelligent, witty and sexy sign — but often doesn’t stick around for long, always feeling the need to move on to greener pastures.
As lovers, these two will both need to make certain adjustments for the other’s nature in order to make things work. The Rabbit is a timid, shy and nervous sort who needs to feel supported and protected by loved ones. This is quite a demand to place on the independent Horse, who is unpredictable at best; however, if the Horse can find the balance between maintaining independence and providing steady support for the Rabbit, it will be richly rewarded by the Rabbit’s generosity and affection. The Horse tends to be in love with love, which will draw the impressionable, romantic Rabbit right in; the trouble may come if the Horse suddenly loses interest and moves on.
As business partners, the Horse and the Rabbit will likely need some outside help to keep things running smoothly. The Horse knows how to work hard and get things done but, again, often loses interest quickly in the matter at hand; the Rabbit, on the other hand, experiences things almost entirely subjectively and so has no head for finances or other practical matters. A third party may need to offer assistance with handling money affairs.
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