CC Madhya 15.178

saba brahmāṇḍa saha yadi ‘māyā’ra haya kṣaya
tathāpi nā māne kṛṣṇa kichu apacaya
Word for word: 
saba brahmāṇḍa — all the universes; saha — with; yadi — if; māyāra — of the material energy; haya kṣaya — there is destruction; tathāpi — still; — not; māne — considers; kṛṣṇa — Lord Kṛṣṇa; kichu — any; apacaya — lost.
Translation: 
“To say nothing of one universal mustard seed, even if all the universes and the material energy [māyā] are destroyed, Kṛṣṇa does not even consider the loss.