Yerushalmi Taanit 3:11, IV
"There was a house that was about to collapse over there (in Babylonia), and Rab set one of his disciples in the house, until they had cleared out everything from the house. When the disciple left the house, the house collapsed. And there are those who say that it was R. Adda bar Ahwah.
Sages sent and said to him: ‘What sort of good deeds are to your credit (that you have that much merit)?’
He said to them: ‘In my whole life no man ever got to the synagogue in the morning before I did. I never left anybody there when I went out. I never walked four cubits without speaking words of Torah. Nor did I ever mention teachings of Torah in an inappropriate setting. I never laid out a bed and slept for a regular period of time. I never took great strides among the associates. I never called my fellow by a nickname. I never rejoiced in the embarrassment of my fellow. I never cursed my fellow when I was lying by myself in bed. I never walked over in the marketplace to someone who owed me money. In my entire life I never lost my temper in my household.’"
Yerushalmi Moed Kattan 3:7:
"He who sees a disciple of a sage who has died is as if he sees a scroll of the Torah that has been burned.
R. Jacob bar Abayye in the name of R. Aha said: ‘An elder who forgot his learning because of some accident that happened to him–they treat him with the sanctity owed to an ark (of the Torah).’"
"There was a woman who tried to take dirt from under the feet of R. Hanina (for use against him in sorcery). He said to her: If it works out for you, go do it, (for at Deut. 4:25) ‘There is no one else besides him’ is written. Can this be so (that Hanina permitted the woman to attempt a magical act)? This seems impossible, since, at Deut. 4:25 ‘There is no one else besides him’ is written. And (suggesting that sorcerers attempt to avail themselves of some different power) did not R. Yohanan say: ‘Why are they called sorcerers? Because they deny the power of the family above’? R. Hanina was in a special category, because he had a great deal of merit."
"Yannai came to an inn. He said to them: ‘Give me some water to drink.’ They brought him a flour-and-water drink. He saw that the woman’s lips were moving. He poured out a little of the drink, and it turned into scorpions. He said to them: ‘I drank something of yours, now you take a drink of mine.’ He gave her something to drink, and she turned into an ass. He mounted her and went out to the market place. Her girl-friend came and nullified the charm, so he was seen riding around on a woman in the market place."