Do not despise the small

A Virgin Atlantic flight, bound for New York, was canceled moments before takeoff after a passenger noticed several missing screws from the plane’s wing. (India Today 23 January 2024) The A330 aircraft was canceled as it could end up in a plane crash. Mostly, the small things are considered insignificant things. The Bible warns against despising which is small.
A Small beginning: Zerubbabel was beginning to start the building of the temple, which was in ruins for about 20 years. Israel lived without a temple, and this small beginning was precious. Compared to the way the temple was constructed by Solomon with abundant building materials and numerous laborers, this was indeed a small work. But it should neither be ignored nor despised. (Zechariah 4:10)
A Small offering: Lord Jesus Christ sat near the treasury of the temple. Perhaps, people queued up to drop the freewill offerings. There was a widow who came on the row and dropped a few coins in the box. Lord Jesus Christ commended the offering, which she gave from her poverty, while others just parted with some of their huge riches. (Luke 21:1-4)
A Small service: Giving a cup of cold water could be a simple and insignificant act of kindness from the world’s perspective. When it is done to God’s servants, those who serve will get the reward, which is meant for His servants. The servants (apostles, missionaries, evangelists, teachers, pastors, righteous people) are the little ones because they are the target of Satan and the world that hates them without reason. (Mark 9:41; Matthew 10:42)
A small person: God promised that the least of you will become a thousand, and the small one a strong nation. (Isaiah 60:22) The Lord Jesus Christ chose simple people to be His disciples who turned the world upside down. God used a small girl as His instrument to heal Naaman. A small boy gave his lunch of five barley loaves and two fish, which the Lord used to feed a crowd of five thousand men and others.
Do I despise small things?