10 Powerful Lessons From Who Will Cry When You Die


1. Perspective Once we switch the perspective, we realize that what we thought as a giant hurdle of our life is actually a little event that doesn’t matter that much when seen from a different point of reference “Our lives are mere blips on the canvas of eternity”

2. Journal Your Ideas Journaling includes writing lessons that you learn from every single day of your life. It also involves writing your reason for being and finding meaning in your daily life. It helps to boost your self-awareness

3. Be Honest Whenever you show dishonesty, you fuel this terrible habit, and due to it, your brain automatically urges you to lie more and more. Being dishonest also adversely affects how much you keep the promise with yourself

4. Embrace The Present In the race of accomplishing great things, we forget to respect what’s already in front of us. We don’t feel privileged for all the things we have. All we have is Now, embrace the present moment

5. Don’t Dwell In The Past People have setbacks and failures. So when they look back, they feel bad, and try to bury their failures as much as possible Instead of worrying and complaining about your past, you should see it as a feedback mechanism

6. Have A Morning Routine If you had to launch a rocket or missile, would you launch it at an incorrect angle? No. The same is the case with our day. We must launch our day with preparation. The more organized your morning is, the more organized your entire day will be

7. Practice Self-Talk Practicing self-talk also makes you more aware of your thoughts. You don’t need to push yourself and practice deliberate self-talk. You just have to be more conscious of it The words you speak to yourself change your mindset

8. Practice Silence Being in solitude cuts off outside noise and allows you to calm your inner turbulence Saying that you don’t have enough time to practice silence on a regular basis is a lot like saying that you are busy driving to stop for gas ~Robin Sharma

9. Be Kind To Strangers You can be great every single day of your life by showing compassion towards others. You can help people you find on the street or help a blind old lady cross the road. By doing these little acts of decency, you can live a more fulfilling life

0. Your Body Is A Temple Our consciousness lives inside our bodies That’s why we must give respect to our bodies by treating it as a temple But,we abuse our bodies by not giving it the exercise it needs. On top of that, we put in a lot of junk food So take care of your body

China Huarong said to be ready to repay S$600 million of bonds due at the end of the month

Shanghai Securities News reports on the matter

Central banks across the globe have mitigated credit risks rather well during this unprecedented time but in China, worries are starting to surface again amid the whole Huarong debacle over the past two weeks or so.
Huarong is China’s largest distressed asset manager and has come under intense scrutiny amid fears of bond defaults and potential bankruptcy after having failed to publish its 2020 preliminary results by the 31 March deadline.
But what exactly is the big deal surrounding Huarong?


Germany reports 29,426 new coronavirus cases, 293 deaths in latest update today

That is the highest daily case count since 8 January

Total active cases across the country also climbs to ~257,900 – the highest since 25 January – as the 7-day incidence rate keeps higher at 160.1.


This continues to reflect a worsening virus trend, as suggested by the increase in the 7-day incidence rate over the past few weeks. As long as that keeps up, German authorities will find it tough to consider relaxing virus restrictions in Q2.
For now, expect tougher measures to kick into place until early May at least.
In terms of healthcare capacity, there were 4,680 (-8) virus patients requiring intensive care as of yesterday with there being 2,864 (12%) intensive care beds still available.

Markets pondering the implications of (China’s) Huarong debt – will it default?

Lai Xiaomin was chairman of the board of China Huarong Asset Management from September 2012 to April 2018 before being sacked … and executed in January as part of a China crackdown on corruption.

Huarong owes around USD23bn in borrowings outside China …. and the question is if it will default or if China’s government will step in to ensure payment.
Report via Bloomberg is worth a read:
  • “A default at a central state-owned company like Huarong is unprecedented,” said Owen Gallimore, head of credit strategy at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group. Should one occur, he said, it would mark “a watershed moment” for Chinese and Asian credit markets.
Lai Xiaomin was chairman of the board of China Huarong Asset Management from September 2012 to April 2018 before being sacked ... and executed in January as part of a China crackdown on corruption.
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