Compassion is a healthy psychological attitude, because it does not involve expectations or demands.
Even if we are not able to accomplish very much on a physical level, at least can have the desire to be a loving person with a compassionate heart—the wish to help others, spontaneously, with no reservations.
This attitude automatically opens our hearts and develops our compassion.
Then we can sincerely say to ourselves,
“If there is any way I can learn to increase my compassion or understanding of humanity, then I wish to receive that teaching—whatever it exists—and take the responsibility to use that knowledge to help others.”