"And His mercies extend to all of His works" - Part 3

Our Rabbi, Ha-Rav Tzvi Yehudah Ha-Cohain Kook
Once at the beginning of our Rabbi's class, a small bug jumped on to his book. On account of his righteousness, he did not want to hurt it, did not begin the class and stared at it. He pointed out that it is interesting that something so small has a will and can decide whether to move forwards or backwards. We not only have the concept of "How great are Your works, Hashem" (Tehillim 104:24) but also "How minute are Your works, Hashem." And he mentioned how Rabbi Yochanan was amazed by an ant (Chullin 63a and see Kol Yehudah on Sefer Ha-Kuzari 1, 68b). The class was therefore delayed. One of our Rabbi's students, a Rabbi and Torah scholar, who was sitting next to him, seeing the continued delay, took the book and removed the bug by blowing on it. Our Rabbi did not respond or say anything, and began the class.