I’m certain that the majority of people who read this will answer each of these questions in the affirmative. YES! Of course, you should always fight for what you believe in. YES! You should always fight for the people you love. YES! Quitting is for losers! YES! If you quit, you are a failure! Never give up!
I, however, strongly disagree. I believe that fighting is an act of resistance. When we are going ‘against the flow’ or aggressively pushing against something it is because we are not aligned with our personal desire or True Will. Following our heart shouldn’t be so difficult. If we truly believe in something and desire others of like mind to gather with us in our belief then we will manifest them in our life. Putting out the intent wrapped in emotion will always manifest our point of focus in our life. So if your point of focus is on fighting, what will you manifest? More fighting, I
As we experience life here on the physical realm, we will find the desire to overcome our own fears in order to expand, to grow and create change within us but this is a different vibration than fighting against other individual’s beliefs, intentions or desires even if we word the two experiences in a similar way. Fighting our fears and fighting for our beliefs are different. We would be better served to say releasing our fears instead of fighting.
If you feel the need to fight for someone you believe in and love, I would suggest that you take a moment and contemplate why you feel this is necessary. Why do you think it is important to fight on behalf of someone else? Why are you taking their circumstances so personally? Does it serve your True Will to do so? And if so, why? What is being mirrored within their situation is also occurring within you? I truly believe that each and every one of us is a powerful individual with limitless capabilities. No one is more powerful than the person standing right next to them. No one truly needs a ‘champion’. No one needs anyone else to fight for him or her. In fact, I would say that when you fight on someone else’s behalf you are aligning with a vibration of lack. You believe that they are less than you – that within them they are less capable, weak and incompetent. Do you truly believe this of them? And if so, how is it you love them?
Quitting a fight doesn’t mean that you haven’t tried. Quitting doesn’t mean that you are failing another person. Quitting doesn’t mean that you are failing yourself. Giving up means that you’ve come to realize that whatever it is you were fighting for to begin with isn’t what you truly desire. It just required you to be in alignment with what you didn’t desire to realize what it was that you did desire.