The Bhagavata Ethics part15

(On the other hand,) the positive results of a society populated mostly by people who are serious about cultivating wisdom and spiritual understanding should be clear. If the citizens are peaceful, satisfied, respectful of others, compassionate, selfless, and so on, then society will be progressive both materially and spiritually.
Science of Identity Foundation – Jagad Guru Speaks
The other characteristic is progress. Liberty certainly is the father of all progress. Holy liberty is the cause of progress upwards and upwards in eternity and endless activity of love. Liberty abused causes degradation and the Vaishnava must always carefully use this high and beautiful gift of God. The progress of the Bhagavata described as the rise of the soul from Nature up to Nature's God, from maya, the absolute and the infinite. Hence the Bhagavata says of itself:
nigama-kalpa-taror galitam phalam suka-mukhad amrta-drava-samyutam
pibata-bhagavatam rasam alayam muhur aho rasika bhuvi bhavukah
“It is the fruit of the tree of thought, mixed with the nectar of the speech of Sukadeva. It is the temple of spiritual love! O! Men of piety! Drink deep this nectar of Bhagavata repeatedly till you are taken from this mortal frame!”

Then the saragrahi or the progressive Vaishnava adds:
surasa-sdra-yutam phalam atra yat
virasat ddi-virudaha-gunam ca tat
tydga-viragamito madhu-payinah
rasika-sdra-rasam piba bhavukah
“That fruit of the tree of thought is a composition, as a matter of course of the sweet and the opposite principles. O! Men of piety, like the bee taking honey from the flower, drink the sweet principle and reject that which is not so.”

The Bhagavata is undoubtedly a difficult work and where it does not relate to picturesque description of traditional and poetical life, its literature is stiff and its branches are covered in the garb of an unusual form of Sanskrit poetry. Works on philosophy must necessarily be of this character. Commentaries and notes are therefore required to assist us in our study of the book. The best commentator is Sridhara Svami and the truest interpreter is our great and noble Caitanyadeva. God bless the spirit of our noble guides.