What do you do when you face injustice? Are you standing silently watching like a bystander or trying to help? Do you need to get involved in any situation? Is there any moral obligation to fight for the weaker ones? If it does, does it bind you? How can you process pain of watching others suffering without moving? How can you handle when you feel out of control? What does surrender mean for you?
If you believe that all is well in the Whole, do you fight for anything at all?
What about your own boundaries?
Are you 'in the good state of mind' if you reach mind-peace by giving up on fight or are you only using spirituality as a badge expressing your superiority? If you think you are superior, do you still believe that all is well and all is essential and respected as equally important?
Do you fight if you feel that your own borders are attacked? Do you fight to avoid pain? Do you fight for your life? Do you fight for protection? Does it mean you loose your faith from the idea of 'All is well' if you fight for yourself and take control into your hand?
Do you need to fight for rights and justice if all is well in the Whole Picture?
Does reaching full conscious awareness means that fight cease to exist completely?
Can it be achieved in a mortal body which was given to us as an experiencing tool of pain and pleasure and existing to 'fight' for keeping you alive?
If God is the Creator and 'They' created us on 'Their' face, our greatest achievement is also creation. What you create during your life is your legacy.
If you want to reach Unity, you have to evolve from dualism. But if you support a cause against another, you are participating in dualism.
What if we have dualism and body in the first place to learn about limitations? What if limitation was given to us to form our characters as a tool of reflection.
So if there is any answer of this question fight or not to fight, it could be a confirmative yes to fight but this fight is for/against yourself, to face your own limitation through these appearing barriers without projecting it out to anyone else.
May these barriers guide you back to your real roots and from there to create your own torch to shine.
May these aims be to use that torch holding it high enough for whoever need to find it.
May this aim be the truest purpose of your life, and the highest creation possible.