God is totally infinite in space/time and beyond, all-powerful, all-knowing, all-everything.
Compared to God, man, the universe, and everything in it - everything is completely insignificant.
If so, why does God deem man significant enough to warrant creating him and to bestow kindness to him.
If I were to bestow kindness to a bacteria would this be considered a kindness? if all the bacteria on the rug would pray to me, would I consider it worthy of my attention? The difference between G-d and man, according to Rabbi Avigdor Miller (Tape: supporting the fallers) is infinitely greater than the difference between man and a bacteria.