In honor of Women’s History Month, we celebrate once again in song. The song was originally written and sang by Kate Bush but she honored and gave Maxwell permission to re-create it in his liking.
The song has been embedded within this article as a video: This Woman’s Work by Maxwell
The song is perfect for reflecting on the many ways of love such as: love lost and love found, love forgotten and those loves least remembered, love for those deceased and love for those still living, love of family, of friendships, love of lovers old and love of lovers that are new.
This song forces one to reflect on the many journey’s associated with love and loving as well as the many points of stagnation when one is lost and hindered by/in love.
The violin amidst the piano chords in this song are astounding while the drum-line calls upon one’s heart with every beat for one to feel, remember, reflect and surrender to the many fortunate and unfortunate ways of love.
We honor Kate Bush and Maxwell this Women’s History Month for reminding all how love is gathered in art form and passed on as energy for all to understand. This song is truly of, from and speaks directly to the heart and soul reminding women that there is always a little life, a little strength within to build on.