I respectfully disagree. I would suggest enjoy every moment. Neither forget it quickly or run to it. When you get angry, the easiest way to forget is to be angry. Acknowledge your emotions. To me, to “forget quickly” is to ignore and bottle up one’s feelings; while “running there” or “looking forward” is to rush into the future, and thus ignoring the present. moment.
Not quite right, at least from a Zen perspective: enjoyment is not the point. “Being in the moment” is not a complex emotional ordeal, it is simply experiencing whatever arises while maintaining equanimity, and doing whatever is called for. This is not suppressing emotions, nor is it attaching to them. The point is to watch. That is all. And, the goal is to move forward, or at least to simply do whatever is called for that is right in front of you (work, sleep, meditate, clean, etc.).
There is a real danger in lumping together a ton of “Eastern” philosophies and then reducing them to something as simple as “being in the moment.” If you have never done zazen under the tutelage of a legitimate Zen teacher, for instance, you are not experiencing what Zen means by “being in the moment.” There’s no way you could be, nor more than you could become a truly proficient baseball player by imitating what you see on TV.