"Nothing but a breath, a comma, separates life from life everlasting"
A great discussion of several topics from Professor Ashford, a character in Margaret Edson's play, Wit. In the "it's-about-'life-after-life'" category and not "life after death" is Ashford's comments about the punctuation in the last line of a poem by John Donne. "Nothing but a breath, a comma, separates life, from life everlasting." Wonderfully put.