by Dr. Sahadeva Dasa
When you see a cow standing in the pasture blandly chewing some dreary bit of grass and staring into the middle distance, you'd never guess what lies beneath that placid exterior. It may look like she doesn't have a care in the world, but there's a lot going on behind those big brown eyes.
Cows are as diverse as people. Well. . . Did you hear of a cow who befriended a leopard, or a cow who licked a dead child and somehow revived him? Do you know about the brave cow who escaped from a slaughterhouse and another one who saved a large chunk of Canadian territory? Then there was this cow who listened to your story and yet another one who liked to feed one and all, including goats. Oh by the way, did you know that they moo with regional accent and love classical music?
If not, go through these real stories, take a peek into the secret world of cows and rediscover a true friend . . . in the cow!
Softback, 138 pgs, includes quotes from Srila Prabhupada.