People like to say we should live in the moment. But what does that mean? According to Buddhist teachings on subtle impermanence, the moment is all there really is. Opening our mind to this profound insight can transform our usual way of relating to ourselves, other people, and our world. Even a glimpse of subtle impermanence allows us to let go of our perceived problems and limitations. This understanding frees us to fully embrace and enjoy every moment of our lives and let go of limitations of the past. This public talk will include a guided meditation with Buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Tabkay to connect with the peace within ourselves. Everyone is welcome.