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New Year’s Resolution, Year Of The Rabbit, And Of Retribution In 2023

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Whether you start your new years on January 1st or celebrate the Chinese lunar new year on January 22nd, new year resolutions are often premeditated and celebrated across many eastern and western cultures. Did you make a resolution?

Rosh Hashanah, for example, is the Jewish new year celebrated in September every year for the upcoming year, over a couple of days. The Chinese new year is celebrated for fifteen days celebrating the year of the Rabbit, symbolizing patience and luck.

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