No. No, no no no NO. These are not from Cheryl Richardson, as much as I love her. They are by the late, great Debbie Ford, in her book "The Right Questions: Ten Essential Questions To Guide You To An Extraordinary Life". When you post -- and ESPECIALLY when you make graphics -- please take the time to research and give correct attribution to the rightful author. It's responsible journalism. If you were an author, you would want people to cite you and not Cheryl Richardson or the Dalai Lama. It's an extremely juvenile mistake to make, and it makes me, the reader, assume that this site is sloppy and unprofessional. Now this misinformation is out in the world, floating on pinterest and tumblr and other sites; and like feathers thrown into the wind, it will be impossible to gather them all up again and fix it. YOU are responsible for spreading that misinformation; YOU are at fault for people not being able to find the real book if they want to read it, or for a wonderful author to not get the credit that is due.