Let’s pause to reflect.
There must be something interesting. Some hobby, or activity you can remember that brought you joy, or even fleeting distraction. Think hard about what that might be.
How did you forget? Why did you forget? Are you sure you’ll remember to always remember?
Now, consider where your focus is. Do you know? Did you misplace it, or is it simply misdirected? Try to narrow things down to a basic awareness, and hone your attention on that. Keep it up. See whether anything is retained, regained, expanded.
Look at your human connections. Do you have any? If not, why? If so, are they within reach? Give yourself to magnanimity and humility. If you can’t get all the way there, make the initial approach. Is there a response? Can you sustain connectivity in a meaningful way?
What are your attachments? Things? People? Concepts? Ideals? Do you truly need any or all of them? Where does your fixation create confusion? Where does longing become anguish? How do your ideals match up to the way things actually are? Practice letting go without losing your equilibrium. Even if it’s just a simple object, resist the urge to establish justifications for grasping. Let it simply fall away, easily and naturally. Don’t pick it up. Let it rest. How long can you remain unfettered? Are you ever really free from attachments? Free yourself from the idea of being free from attachments.
Get some rest.