You´re better off treating meat as a luxury good (what it used to be and still should be) and try eating less but enjoy it more, also check quality and heritage before you buy
This middle road between meat/no meat is what I go for. If you feel so strongly that you want to cut out meat entirely, that's all up to you. Vegetarians who eat no animal flesh makes sense, if that's your thing go for it. I understand the mindset of hardcore vegans as well, but disagree with the ideology. You ARE part of the food web. Domestic animals can be raised with a high standard of living and concern for their health. I don't see any moral issue with eggs/milk/honey from farms that treat their animals with care and respect. In exchange for a peaceful life with no want for food or shelter, the livestock produce more than they need, and humans can skim this excess.
This is my personal moral opinion, but I see nothing wrong with eating meat occasionally. I don't say prayers at the table, but whenever I prepare meat I contemplate the loss of life required for me to eat it. Having this mindset made it easier for me to cut down on how much meat I eat.
As an aside, you can make some amazing and filling meals with no meat and even no animal products. Things life tofu hotdogs/cheese, chickpea chicken, and TVP burger crumbles feel like a cheap loophole. They taste inferior to actual meat and make vegetarian/vegan options feel like a shitty compromise. I'd much rather eat a well-made eggplant dish or something with beans. Hell, if you can include eggs/milk/butter then you can still make like 90% of your regular omnivore diet.
The worst part of going vegan is baking. Other methods of cooking (pan frying, braising, roasting, boiling, etc. work essentially the same. Baking is a precise art where you need control over acidity, salt content, water content, and fat content. I have had plenty of delicious vegan baked goods, but making them is like organic chemistry compared to high school chemistry. You are trying to copy the original product but throwing away most of the original ingredients. You can make plenty of "kind of tastes like X" recipes but the texture and flavor will be off. Making a vegan replica true to the original baked item takes a lot of trial and error.
Butter and eggs, man. Life without them is like life without garlic and onions. Devout Sikhs actually do cut out onions and garlic, since traditionally they are only used to season meat. Life without meat, I could probably do if my life depended on it. Life without onions and garlic? I would sooner die.