i see the complete opposite of compassion on a daily basis, if humans never existed the planet as a whole would be a lot better, you can't deny that, we've destroyed the planet and the idea of humanity in a number of ways
But actually there are also good things happening. The intensity of how horrific bad things are can outweigh the seeming neutrality of good things.
But also there are lots of activists, people out there fighting for human rights, working compassionately with vulnerable children, doing charity work, working to save the environment, working as therapists, creating art, doing things which can be considered beautiful. It's not like every one out there is doing horrific things.
Just as there was terrible racism in the world, nowadays most people see how horrific that was. Yes there is still racism but the situation has drastically improved. Same goes for rights of women or gays. So in that way humanity is slowly becoming more civilised very slowly, far more slowly than they should I agree. It takes human beings far longer than it should to figure out basic things like compassion and respect for all, which is ridiculous. But at our base we are animals and we are moving away from our animal state into our more civilised state, slowly over the centuries.