Scott Leslie posted a link to Charter for Compassion, and I can't think of a better thing to support. Compassion is so painfully lacking in the world today. It needs to be universal. We are all connected.
This is something I struggle with as well. I need to try harder. A LOT harder. Compassion is essential. Compassion is active. I can't imagine leaving my son a world that lacks real compassion.
However, this is not about religion. Religion has nothing to do with compassion. I am an athiest, and see compassion as essential - without being muddied by religious interpretation. Compassion is not righteousness, nor is it divine.
(link to video, in case it borks in RSS)