I’m sure you’ve sensed the growing dissatisfaction with the old models of heroic leadership or presidential and charismatic leadership that laud the leader as super-human, successful and who is often solo leader and several steps removed from the others.
One such leader was given the honourable epitaph: “He did everything for God’s sake.”
The stonemason made a mistake or perhaps saw it differently.
He inserted a comma so the sentence read: “He did everything, for God’s sake.”
When it comes to punctuating your epitaph, where would you place the comma?