Moreover, he made sacrificial smoke in the Valley of the Son of Hinʹnom and burned up his sons in the fire, following the detestable practices of the nations that Jehovah had driven out from before the Israelites. He also kept sacrificing and making sacrificial smoke on the high places, on the hills, and under every luxuriant tree. (2Ch 28:3, 4; jw.org)
I float away and you disappear, disappear. Some pretty young villager takes my hand, leads me to more pretty young villagers forming a ring, forming a ring around a bonfire built on a line in the sand- between me and us. Am I lost? Have I lost? Have they thrown me on the fire? There to dance in the flames, far enough from you to wonder..... if me still means us.