A good fire is based on oxygen; based on, if could be said, the spaces between, the absence. Absence is a funny thing, especially with regards to desire. Everything contains absence, nothing is completely present. So we always desire something we cannot (fully) have. Like the Lacan/Hegel catch-22: the desire for another’s desire (the only true human desire). It is a desire that can never be sated, because how do we attain (“have” or “own”) another’s desire?