There is no beef in the VEDAS but LOVE

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LET NOT MEAT-EATERS TEACH US WHAT SANATANA DHARMA IS ALL ABOUT NOR TRY TO EXPLAIN THE VEDAS.
ONLY REVERENCE AND INTENSE LOVE FOR THE SACRED COWS ARE FOUND IN THE VEDAS AND NOT BEEF.
VEDIC PRINCIPLES ARE ACCEPTED AS AXIOMATIC TRUTH AND NO WHERE IN THE VEDAS IT SAYS YOU CAN KILL A COW. 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mY8lQCz7yO0 – ONLY REVERENCE AND INTENSE LOVE FOR THE COWS ARE FOUND IN THE VEDAS.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecCPLt5rE58 – Myth of Holy Cow and Beef in Hinduism 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNtd4w16vhA – Radhanath Swami at Govardhan Eco Village’s Goshala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gAuPwsMDxY#t=119 – With Respect for Ganda and the ISCOWP Herd
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kBSrQgI8Ig – World Biggest Gaushala 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cQzcqRNIn8 – DELHI BIGGEST GAUSHALA 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQf266eVLW8 – Godham Pathmeda Rajasthan गोधाम पथमेड़ा राजस्थान World Biggest Gaushala Pathmeda 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZHc0NuPXx0 – Goshala (Indian Institute of Animal Welfare) 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLKG5LI_e54 – Goshala ISKCON Vrindavan 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-WVXBHuN8w – Holy Cow! A Trip to the Goshala 


In Sri Caitanya Caritamrita adi lila, chapter 17 verse 166 Caitanya Mahaprabhu confirms: 
go-ange yata loma tata sahasra vatsara
go-vadhi raurava-madhye pace nirantar
Cow killers and cow eaters are condemned to rot in hell for as many thousands of years as there are for each hair on the body of every cow they eat from. 


Vedic principles are accepted as axiomatic truth, for there cannot be any mistake. That is acceptance. For instance, in India cow dung is accepted as pure, and yet cow dung is the stool of an animal. In one place you’ll find the Vedic injunction that if you touch stool, you have to take a bath immediately. But in another place it is said that the stool of a cow is pure. If you smear cow dung in an impure place, that place becomes pure. 


With our ordinary sense we can argue, “This is contradictory.” Actually, it is contradictory from the ordinary point of view, but it is not false. It is fact. In Calcutta, a very prominent scientist and doctor analyzed cow dung and found that it contains all antiseptic properties. 
In India if one person tells another, “You must do this,” the other party may say, “What do you mean? Is this a Vedic injunction, that I have to follow you without any argument?” Vedic injunctions cannot be interpreted. But ultimately, if you carefully study why these injunctions are there, you will find that they are all correct. 
–Sri Isopanishad (introduction) by His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Svami Prabhupada–
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Human beings are physiologically herbivores, with alkaline blood and long colons, and if this alkalinity is disturbed through unhealthy diet and lifestyle choices (meat/coffee/alcohol/drugs/sugars/processed foods) then disease such as cancer automatically follows. Key to health is a clean colon, real organic food, alkaline blood, and good physical hygiene.
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“As far as eating is concerned, humans are the
most stupid animals on the planet. We kill billions 
of wild animals to protect the animals that we eat. 
We are destroying our environment to feed the 
animals we eat. We spend more time, money and 
resources fattening up the animals that we eat 
than we do feeding humans who are dying of 
hunger. The greatest irony is that after all the 
expenses of raising these animals, we eat them and they kill us slowly. Rather than 
to recognize this madness, we torture and murder
millions of other animals trying to find cures to 
diseases caused by eating animals in the first
place. “ – Mike Anderson
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“So if the cow is your mother, how can you support killing her? You take the milk from her, and when she’s old and cannot give you milk, you cut her throat. Is that a very humane proposal? In India those who are meat-eaters are advised to kill some lower animals like goats, pigs, or even buffalo. But cow killing is the greatest sin. In preaching Krishna consciousness we ask people not to eat any kind of meat, and my disciples strictly follow this principle. But if, under certain circumstances, others are obliged to eat meat, then they should eat the flesh of some lower animal. Don’t kill cows. It is the greatest sin. And as long as a man is sinful, he cannot understand God. The human being’s main business is to understand God and to love Him. But if you remain sinful, you will never be able to understand God—what to speak of loving Him.”
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NO WHERE IN THE VEDAS IT SAYS YOU CAN KILL A COW. BEEF IS NEVER FOUND IN THE VEDAS.


Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 1.17.3
http://www.bhagavad-gita.org/Articles/holy-cow.html


“Although the cow is beneficial because one can draw religious principles from her, she is now rendered poor and calfless. Her legs are being beaten by a śūdra. There are tears in her eyes, and she is distressed and weak. She is hankering after some grass in the field.”


Purport by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda:
The next symptom of the age of Kali is the distressed condition of the cow. Milking the cow means drawing the principles of religion in a liquid form. The great ṛṣis and munis would live only on milk. Śrīla Śukadeva Gosvāmī would go to a householder while he was milking a cow and he would simply take a little quantity of it for subsistence. Even fifty years ago, no one would deprive a sādhu of a quart or two of milk, and every householder would give milk like water. For a Sanātanist (a follower of Vedic principles) it is the duty of every householder to have cows and bulls as household paraphernalia, not only for drinking milk, but also for deriving religious principles. The Sanātanist worships cows on religious principles and respects brāhmaṇas. The cow’s milk is required for the sacrificial fire and by performing sacrifices the householder can be happy. The cow’s calf not only is beautiful to look at, but also gives satisfaction to the cow, and so she delivers as much milk as possible. But in the Kali-yuga, the calves are separated from the cows as early as possible for purposes which may not be mentioned in these pages of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam. The cow stands with tears in her eyes, the śūdra milkman draws milk from the cow artificially, and when there is no milk the cow is sent to be slaughtered. These great sinful acts are responsible for all the troubles in present society. People do not know what they are doing in the name of economic development. The influence of Kali will keep them in the darkness of ignorance. Despite all endeavors for peace and prosperity, they must try to see the cows and the bulls happy in all respects. Foolish people do not know how one earns happiness by making the cows and bulls happy but it is a fact by the law of nature. Let us take it from the authority of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam and adopt the principles for the total happiness of humanity.
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In Sri Caitanya Caritamrita adi lila, chapter 17 verse 166 Caitanya Mahaprabhu confirms: 


go-ange yata loma tata sahasra vatsara
go-vadhi raurava-madhye pace nirantar


Cow killers and cow eaters are condemned to rot in hell for as many thousands of years as there are for each hair on the body of every cow they eat from. 


Sri Krishna is manifested as the kamadhuk meaning kamadhenu the original wish fulfilling cows known as the surabhi cows. 
The surabhi cow descended from the spiritual worlds and manifested herself in the heavenly spheres from the aroma of celestial nectar for the benefit of all created beings. The direct descendants of the surabhi cows are the sacred cows from the continent India which are uniquely distinguished the same as the surabhi by the beautiful hump on their backs and the wonderfully soft folds of skin under their necks. Since all cows in existence in the world today are factual descendants of the sacred cows of India they are all holy as well and should always be lovingly cared for and protected with the highest esteem and greatest respect. One should never cause harm to cows in any way even in a dream and one should never ever even think of eating the flesh of cows as there is no action more sinful in all of creation then cow killing. 
Cows are the mothers of all creatures. Cows are verily the mothers of the 33 crores of demigods that administrate creation in the material existence throughout all the universes. Cows are the goddesses of the gods and the refuge of all auspiciousness. Cows bestow every kind of happiness and for these reason they always are worshipful. Cows are the support of all the worlds for by their milk they nourish terrestrials beings and by their ghee offered in sacrifice they nourish the denizen of the celestial realms. Nothing superior to cows.
Cows are the foremost of all creatures in all the worlds. It is from cows that the means for sustaining the worlds has established. Cows are auspicious and sacred and the bequeather of every blessing. Cows benefit humans with milk, yoghurt, cheese, butter and ghee. The Vedas have stated that the milk of a cow is equivalent to ambrosial nectar and that ghee derived from cows milk is the best of all libations poured onto the sacred fires of brahmins.
Cows are the great refuge of all creatures. Cows constitute the greatest source of blessings for all creatures. Cows are the past. Cows are the future. Cows are the source of evolution and eternal growth. Cows are the root of prosperity. Whatever is given to cows always produces good fortune and is never in vain. It is solely and exclusively from the ghee of cows that the sacred rituals prescribed and authorized in the Vedas are empowered and able to be performed. Without the presence of cows ghee there is no possibility of performing sacred rituals that will gratify the 33 million demigods who are responsible for universal management. Neither will the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Krishna be pleased and satisfied. Ghee comes exclusively only from cows from whom flow offerings of milk and milk products. Thus cows verily establish the purity of all sacred rituals and constitute the very essence of performing all sacred activities being the very source of sacred activities.
Cows represent sacred acts themselves and without cows there can be no performance of any sacred act. This is the pure, sublime and supremely exalted position and pre-eminence of cows above all creatures in all the worlds. One who knows the pre-eminence of cows and the selfless service cows render to all creatures and does not protect them affectionately is a sinner and offender and their destination is certainly hell. Cows are equal to the rays of the sun that travel through the universe giving light, warmth and nourishment.
In previous yugas the Vedic injunction was given jiyaite pare yadi tabe mare prani veda-purane ache hena ajna vane that means in the Vedic scriptures known as Puranas there are injunctions declaring that one can take the life of a living being only if they are able to revive it back to life again by chanting Vedic mantras. But we find that this injunction has been terminated in this age of kali yuga by the Brahma-Vaivarta Purana where it is stated that in the present age of kali yuga it is forbidden to kill cows under any circumstances.
Cows are equivalent to our mothers for when the mothers milk has dried up the cow gives her milk unselfishly to nourish and strengthen us. How can one who has ever drunk cows milk justify the killing and eating of such a mother as the sacred cow. One should never even in one’s mind do injury to a cow or ever think of harming cows as well as bulls. One should show all respect and compassion for cows and sincere reverence should be offered unto them all without reservation.
Those who fail to give cows reverence and protection and choose to foolishly oppose and whimsically ignore the injunctions of the Vedic scriptures by selling a cow for slaughter, by killing a cow, by eating cows flesh and by permittings the slaughter of cows will all rot in the darkest regions of hell for as many thousands of years as there are hairs on the body of each cow slain. There is no atonement
for the killing of a cow.

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