The rabbit in the moon appears in Bengali folk tales as well as the Buddhist story I've written about before.
I have seen it, as anyone who listens to my inconsequential ramblings will know. But I won't tell anyone else where it is, because each person must find the rabbit in the moon by him-/herself; it's a test of spiritual perception.
When I saw it, I stood alone on Kettering Road in Northampton and laughed out loud. I must have looked at the moon 100,000 times without noticing it.
As the Buddhist saying goes, "When the student is ready, the teacher appears."
That night a young East-European couple had stopped at the kerb on Churchill Avenue looking up at the sky. The man was pointing at something above their heads and the woman was laughing.
Perhaps he had just seen the rabbit in the moon as well. It must have been a night of magic.