It may seem as if the evolutionary process ended years ago, but the human body is still evolving. It was only about four million years ago when the first members of the Homo genus walked the earth. And there are still so many commonalities between humans and chimpanzees. Humans matured as a species, but there are still signs of evolution in the human body. Even our chins are remnants from the evolutionary process.
Many ancestors of the human species died out, but they left their descendants with a few unmistakable physical heirlooms. In fact, vestigial limbs are still very present on the human body; some of them don't even have a purpose.
You may have a hard time grasping the concept of evolution, but you won't be able to deny the physical proof of it that's occurring on your own body.