An evolved human being has the innocence and intelligence of a child, yet is without the accompanying helplessness and childishness.
The evolved human being loves his neighbors, his culture & his nativity. However, he never confines himself to any boundary. He learns to see an individual as an individual and does not draw pre-matured conclusions based on the particular group the individual belongs to, by virtue of his birth. (more of this elaborated in I see you as you are)
He recognizes all the conditioning he is subjected to by the society and the vested interests and rises above them. However, he does not forget his duties to the society and his fellow living beings.
He may or may not be a follower of rigid religious rituals, but he has a kind of religiosity or spirituality that is not dependent upon any concept of God or Heaven or Hell.
To be an evolved human being is not only about valuing one’s own freedom, but also recognizing and respecting the freedom of others, at the same time realizing that we are all interdependent.
To be an evolved human being is about never going beyond a healthy point to persuade another to our own views and behave to our liking. It is never projecting our own dreams on others, however dependent they may be on us.
The evolved human being has his way, which he may follow very fervently. However, he recognizes and respects other paths.
Everything, anyway, one day returns to the source. The evolved human being, while realising the impermanence of everything, does not neglect to live with passion and commitment. (More of this at One life is not enough yet this moment is enough unto itself)
The evolved human being is truly an individual, yet he is the ultimate universal man. For him all the world is one family – ‘vasudhaiva kutumbakam’.