A seed deep down inside of me sort of feels like sniping out the Wesboro Baptist Church. I think if I ever found out I had terminal cancer, I'd take one of their "God-blessed" IED's for myself and pretend to join them for a protest as my last act.
But back to the main story, rest in peace, Steve. Something to remember is that he was only 21 years old
when he started this. A baby! And on top of that, he was a college drop-out. He still managed to work hard and create...well, an empire. It's a good rags-to-riches story. He worked hard doing what he enjoyed when he realized traditional education wasn't his thing, and he became the "Apple Guy."
I also agree with Callie on the Pixar part. While Disney is about princesses and talking animals, Pixar's movies have deep moral values and life lessons. It's like a friend that lets you cry on his shoulder and tells you a story to relate.