As meditators, we are increasingly drawn to emptiness, even in our daily life. The signs of this growing attraction are revealed by an inclination to refrain from adding mental activity to a moment but preferring stillness and silence. When confused, we think we’re improving experience by adding reactions and interpretations. We come to understand that this mental activity only contracts the mind and generates tension. Emptiness is an acquired taste. Training in developing a spacious, luminous, peaceful mind demands time and patience. The reward for this effort is the lived realization that just this moment is enough.