disoriented

This is a real problem. When fast gets really fast, being slower to adapt makes you really slow — and disoriented. It is as if we were all on one of those airport moving sidewalks that was going around five miles an hour and suddenly it sped up to twenty-five miles an hour — even as everything else around it stayed roughly the same. That is really disorienting for a lot of people.

-Thomas Friedman Thank you for being late

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