The Simpsons Creator, Sam Simon, is dying with cancer but decides to give $ 100 million to…

Sam Simon is the co-creator of the Simpsons, a very popular cartoon. Two years ago, in 2912, he was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer, and was given three to six months to live. He has managed to live longer than that, but now be is terminally ill. Sam Simon is 59; he would still have years left to live and make people happy if it was not this terrible disease. But after all, we’re born, live and die; this is life.

The Simpsons creator has spent the last few months making his last wishes, and generously spent his last days. He told the NBC reporter, Maria Shriver, on Monday that he would give his entire fortune, estimated at more than 100 million USD dollars, to charity.

Sam Simon has chosen to give the $ 100 million fortune to the foundation that bears his name, the Simpsons, which provides foods to families in need andguide dogs for veterans. He has worked in the past with the founder of PETA, Ingrid Newkirk, who is also animal rights activist and author. Now he is dying he decides to donate most of his funds to animal welfare organizations. The courageous Sam told Maria Shriver on NBC News that he was happier than ever. “I ended up being surrounded by people that love me, and care about me and would do anything for me. It’s a good feeling. That’s called happiness.”

For most cancer patients, fighting the disease in terminal stage is the most painful moment of their life. But courageous Sam sees it in a different way. He continued to talk by considering hiscancer as ‘the most amazing experience of my life.” Somehow, during the interview, he also commented “cancer is a horrible disease. I fight against it. It’s a long journey, it’s a fight, it’s difficult. But if you want a pub and pick up girls, cancer is the best thing in the world. ”

Sam Simon is 59 and unmarried; he has no children. He has plenty of reasons to help all organizations he wants. For several years he helped both abandoned dogs and soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress. It seems to have had passion doing it. “My passion for animals andagainst the abuse they suffer come from the fact that these creatures who think and feel emotions cannot speak to defend themselves. I think it is my responsibility to speak on their behalf.”

Even in his last days he continues doing what he loves doing. That’s called passion! “Sam Simon may be gone, but I really hope the Simpsons continue bringing joy in the heart of the world”, one fan said.

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