My sister has often said under her breath, "Give me strength." ~ an utterance that just slips out during stressful times at home with little children.
A few years ago she realized that her young four-year-old daughter, Emma, must have heard her muttering it louder than she thought. Emma was frustrated and said with loud exasperation, "Give me straynk!"
I think we all need extra "straynk" at different times in our lives--at different times each day. We need "straynk" for the big, heavy burdens that end up in our laps as surprises or consequences. The Lord is the source of the kind of strength we need to have those burdens lifted. His promise, "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest" is a miracle I have experienced and that is what gives me the "straynk" to know I can get through whatever comes next.
I believe what Paul said in his letter to the Philippians, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." (Philippians 4:13, The New Testament)
Hang on. You will be alright. We will all be alright.
"Hope is not a passive emotion that pretends trouble doesn't exist. It is the belief that it will not last forever. It is the trust that hurts will be healed and difficulties overcome. It is the faith that a source of strength and renewal lies within us to give us direction out of darkness."