Divine Protection

April 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Food for Thought, Nedda, New Posts




How do we known when we are Divinely protected?

Is it just a matter of viewpoint, or is Divine Protection real?

About 6 years ago, a very dear and generous friend gave me a very old, comfortable Buick Le Sabre with 35,000 miles on it. This is the perfect car for me, as I love and appreciate old, worn in, comfortable things. I wear clothes I love until they practically disintegrate. And I prefer to repair things rather than replace them. So this car was a dream come true for me.

Travel forward in time with me to yesterday.

Yesterday, I made my first visit in many years to the huge Westfarms Mall in West Hartford Connecticut. I’m very uncomfortable in these big malls and avoid them whenever possible, but I have “graduated” to needing prescription glasses, and went to the optical store in J. C. Penny’s for my first experience purchasing several pairs.

When I got back into my car, I began weaving my way through the intricate loops and twists of the parking lot maze, heading, eventually, back to the main road. As I approached the first stop sign in this meandering, I stepped on the brake. This created an odd sensation I was not prepared to experience: the brake pedal descended straight to the floor. Because I was driving uphill toward the Stop sign, the car easily stopped.

Talk about protection!

  • I was going up hill.
  • There were no other cars around.
  • I was going slowly.

And in that moment, the brake lines broke and fluid poured out onto the road.

Many years ago, I had another Buick, that time a Skylark. I kept that car going for 15 years. I named it “Bionic Buick” when both the motor and transmission were rebuilt. That car had over 150,000 miles on it before it disintegrated.

“Bionic Buick” and I had many adventures together. In one adventure, I was driving on a back road, flat surface, approaching a stop sign, no other cars around. I rolled up to the stop sign and hit brakes – which no longer worked because the brakes lines were broken. Divine Protection had once again made sure I was out of traffic, travelling slowly, and on a flat surface.

Again, I was protected!

  • I was on a back road.
  • I was on flat ground.
  • I was the only car there.
  • I was moving slowly.

As if this isn’t enough protection, the Ford Taurus I had between the two Buicks also lasted longer than most people keep a car – can’t remember exactly, but about 12 years. Again, I was fully protected when driving this car. During its elder years, I pulled into the driveway at the barn where Echo lived and proceed to park. Suddenly, I couldn’t steer – a tie rod had snapped and one front wheel was no longer connected to the steering wheel. When the repair man looked at it, he said it broke in a very odd place. Good thing I wasn’t driving even at 30 mph when this happened.

Talk about protection!

  • I was off the road.
  • I was parking the car.
  • I was moving at about 1 mph.

So I am clearly Blessed and Divinely Protected, and I know it.

If I needed any more proof, I would be a fool.

Some years ago I realized that “luck” is really “grace” – a Divine gift. Giving thanks – showing appreciation and gratitude – brings more Grace into our lives.

“Thank you, Oh Divine Lord, for all the Grace and other Divine Gifts you have sent and continue to send into my life.
It is SO appreciated!”


p.s. – Please comment by sharing a bit of the Divine Grace in your life.  We all will receive some of that Grace just by reading about it.  Thanks.

“Who Am I?” The Riddle Unravelled.

November 16, 2008 by  
Filed under Age of Ascension

If you took the time to play the game, you probably came up with some interesting answers.  I played along with you here on my computer.  And I invited my “I AM PRESENCE”, the highest vibrational aspect of who “I AM” to comment on my replies.  Perhaps you had an inner conversation that went something like this, too.



My Answer

“I Am Presence” Replies


1_ Who am I?

Nedda Wittels

No, that’s just your name in this lifetime.


2_ Who am I?

Daughter of . . ., sister of . . . .

No, that’s just your relationships. 


3_ Who am I?

Teacher, computer analyst, animal communicator

No, that’s just your job/profession.


4_ Who am I?

A human being

No, that’s just your physical form, your body computer, your species.


5_ Who am I?

An American

No, that’s just your nationality.


6_ Who am I?

A Terran or Earther.

No, that’s just the planet you live on right now.


7_ Who am I?

A member of xyz organization.

No, that’s just a group of people you affiliate with from time to time.


8_ Who am I?


No, that’s just an ethnic origin for this lifetime.


9_ Who am I?

Christian, Hindu, etc.

No, that’s just a set of beliefs someone else taught you to control your mind and your behaviors.


Now finding an answer is starting to get a bit harder.  What is the point of asking myself the same question over and over again, you may be wondering?  Well, maybe it’s time to delve deeper into yourself to find answers.


10_ Who am I?

A sinner.

No, that’s a lie told by the controllers who want you to obey them.  If you believe you are a sinner, you will never remember how powerful you are and you are unlikely to take back your power.


11_ Who am I?

A child of God.

A “child,” huh?  When will you be ready to grow up in relationship to the Divine?  When will you be ready to acknowledge your power and take responsibility for your thoughts, words, and deeds?


12_ Who am I?

A creation of God.

Consider that you are an expression of God, an aspect of God that is never separate from God.  God may have created you, but you are part of God.


13_ Who am I?

An aspect of God?

Yes.  A direct expression that is not separate is an aspect of God.


14_ Who am I?

How can I be an aspect of God?

You are conscious, are you not?  God is, at the very essence, consciousness.   And Love.


15_ Who am I?

I am Consciousness?

Yes.  You are eternal.


16_ Who am I?

I am eternal?

Yes.  Your spirit leaves your body at the point of death, but only the body dies.  The spirit is what gives life to the body.  The spirit is eternal.


17_ Who am I?

Don’t I have to earn eternal life?

No, it is simply an aspect, a quality of consciousness, just like you arm is part of your physical body.


18_ Who am I?

If God is eternal and I am eternal, how am I different from God?

Good question.  Perhaps there is no difference.  Perhaps there is no separation.  Perhaps you have been living in an illusion.


19_ Who am I?

How do I break out of the illusion?



20_ Who am I?

I am the Divine God/Goddess/All That Is pretending for a time to live in this body, pretending to be Nedda Wittels having this life.