Who says punctuation doesn't matter?
Don't get me wrong. Although I posture as a purist, I recognize, mostly through texting, that we humans who speak English tend to figure things out, despite missing apostrophes, periods, commas, whatnot. And I thought I heard in my linguistics course decades ago that simplification in language is actually a mark of sophistication. (I would have to research that now; comments invited to affirm, explain, or invalidate that assertion.)
On the black-pepper grinder and shaker, the instructions declare:
TO ADJUST GRIND
followed by directions for counterclockwise hand turnings for coarser or finer results.
Imagine adding a comma:
TO ADJUST, GRIND
to adjust to your quotidian challenges, grind through them, yielding either coarser or finer results, peppery or not, seasoning your day, discovering its flavor and zest despite any blandness or bitterness.