Being a non-vegetarian is normal, so why is it a sin for some people?A person can be a vegetarian or a non-vegetarian as per his choice because nowadays it depends on the person's own desire. It is also decided on the basis of some religions that people of which religion should be non-vegetarian and who are not. But the situation is quite different at the present time, the decision is being taken to become vegetarian or non-vegetarians, not according to religion, but according to their wishes and living style, especially among the youth. If we talk about the human community then according to this, a person of any religion is not a sinner even after consuming meat, then why is a person of another religion considered a sinner.
My thought is a little bit different here is that being a non-vegetarian is wrong when you kill an animal just to satisfy your craving. But many times animals have to die in order to live life due to circumstances or compulsion like geographical reasons. But where easy vegetarian food is available, it is the least attempt to kill the creatures. Nevertheless, the final decision is the individual's own, what he needs in the food and whatnot, but it should not be connected with sin or virtue.