No, everything is not a god. Cows are not gods - but the Laws of Manu ask for the protection of cattle.
Thanks for the clarification, but I wasn't entirely wrong. According to my comparative religion course and Wikipedia
, Hinduism "...include(s) monism to dualism, from pantheism
to atheism." And, "..while most
Hindus do not worship the cow.."
I believe in Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. They exist for me. Do they exist for you? I have a feeling the answer is no. Therefore, I am not arrogant enough to insist that they do, whether you believe them or not. They do for me, and that is enough - I do not believe that God as you put it exists for me, but only for you, because it is your mind that has faith in her, not mine.
My son wants to raise a Brahma steer for his FFA project next year.
The word Brahma is neutral, neither masculine or feminine (all the depictions I see look feminine though), but the God of The Bible is definitely masculine.