FF : "...If salvation is a state of being, than what you need most is to be.I've met a lot of people including clergy who were well grounded in the letter of the Orthodox dogma but were spiritually unevolved.
Just being is not salvation. And how are you qualified to know enough about anyone else to pronounce someone as "spiritually unevolved"? You know everything about that person, what they've suffered, what they face, their weaknesses and strengths, you know their private thoughts, their most inward insecurities, you know how their earthly life will end? You really know a lot! Are you SURE you don't really have a secret fondness for 'judgemental bigoted' types?
FF: "...There are a lot of Orthodox who know well the letter of Orthodxy, but when you make them explain their faith they are incapable in doing so.They have no comprehension and besides this letter turns them into self-righteous, judgemental, fearful, extremists bigots...."
Ah, so you expect an Orthodox to perform explanations to you like a dog doing tricks? You are very powerful indeed to 'make them explain their faith'. Now it is becoming more clear to me why you are not getting much conversation from a priest.
Yes, Orthodox people are sinners and imperfect just like everyone else. Various people apply themselves to various degrees to the practice of their faith. There will be wheat and tares. God knows all this and has expressed this perfectly throughout the Bible. That's another good thing about Lent and the prayers St. Ephrem:
Oh Lord and Master of my life, give not to me the spirit of sloth, meddling, lust for power, idle talk.
But a spirit of chastity, humility, patience and love, bestow up me Thy servant.
O Lord King, grant me to see mine own failings, and not to condemn my brother; for blessed art Thou unto the ages of ages.
It's also why we pray Psalm 50 a minimum of two times a day.
FF: "...What I am saying is that dogma can and usually stays in the way of human interactions and human love, on tends to give a judgemental flair in human relationships...."
My experience in the practice of the Orthodox faith has shown me that the only way for me to love people is through Christ. There is a difference between parsing right from wrong type of 'judgment' and condemnation. You seem to be mixing the terms, and would prefer a totally relativistic view of life, where everything must be acceptable to us, or else we are faulty. It's a false dichotomy, and ironically, your view is the more intolerant view.
FF: "...What will be the criteria of the Judgement : what we believe of God or our human relationships? What is the difference between gnosticism and Christian(Orthodox) theology?..."
Ask God about His judgement which is His alone. Pray everyday, with all your heart. Remember God in every breath you take. Love God with all your heart mind soul body your entire being and your neighbor as yourself.
I will not be a dog doing tricks for you, but gnostics basically see the world and flesh as evil, the higher spiritual plane as good. There was supposedly some hidden knowledge that would be secretly passed to initiates. Nobody knows what that 'secret' stuff was, but it was the basis for the old gnostics. There are still gnostic texts surviving, like the Pistis Sophia. You can get a copy and read for yourself. There may be even free copies online. The modern day versions are variously expressed, but would be like a New Age proponent who insists that someone has to be initiated into the mysteries by a master or adept to reach enlightenment.
Christianity is not based on 'secret knowledge' but is open to everyone. Priests are not gurus. God is 'everywhere present and fills all things', so there is appreciation and gratitude to God for this creation an for our very lives, which find their greatest expression when lived in union with God. The Orthodox Church has the best map to get to union with God, only people have to use the map, not sit on it.