The Big Bang Theory star to take a break from social media

we hope to see you soon, Kunal!
ByTeam Ahlan!Wednesday , 12 June 2019
The Big Bang Theory star to take a break from social media
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The Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar is taking a break from social media following the finale episode of the beloved comedy, but not before sharing some profound advice with fans.

The British-born actor took to Instagram on Monday to share a photo of himself enjoying a waterfront view in the South of France and informed fans he'll be stepping away from his online accounts to enjoy his time abroad.

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Bon Jour! from the South of . As I start my holiday I will be taking a break from social media for a while (I may stick around a day or two because your comments make me smile:) Before I go, I wanted to leave you with this: I used to think that the opposite of fear was courage. But I realized that the opposite of fear is actually love. Love is the opposite of fear. So if you’re feeling anxious, or panicky, or fearful- just focus on being the most loving, compassionate, and empathetic human that lives inside of you. Today when you are out and about- smile at a stranger, hold open the door for someone, help a friend or a loved one in need. Because when you become the epitome of love, when you truly become love itself, fear can no longer exist. I promise you this. With all my heart... good bye for now. #namaste

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“Bon Jour! from the South of (France). As I start my holiday I will be taking a break from social media for a while (I may stick around a day or two because your comments make me smile:),” he wrote alongside the image.

The 38 year old also took the time to share some serious words of encouragement with his two-and-a-half million followers.

“I used to think that the opposite of fear was courage," he revealed. "But I realized that the opposite of fear is actually love. Love is the opposite of fear. So if you’re feeling anxious, or panicky, or fearful - just focus on being the most loving, compassionate, and empathetic human that lives inside of you.

"Today when you are out and about - smile at a stranger, hold open the door for someone, help a friend or a loved one in need," he continued. "Because when you become the epitome of love, when you truly become love itself, fear can no longer exist. I promise you this. With all my heart… good bye for now."

Nayyar, who portrayed Raj Koothrappali on the sitcom, and his cast mates bid goodbye to The Big Bang Theory after 12 seasons in May.

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