The evil that we did to him punctuated his body with bloody wounds. His bloody wounds are question marks. They mark a mystery. The mystery is 'How will he react to the evil we did to him?' At the time that our evil punctuated his body with bloody wounds, the reaction that they would trigger was a mystery. The reasonable expectation was that the evil we did to him would trigger his reflex for revenge, retaliation and retribution. "An eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot" (Exodus 21:24). Thankfully, he did not respond in kind (Isaiah 55:8-9). He changed the tone of the conversation (1 Kings 19:11-13). His reaction to the evil that we did to him was asymmetric - radically asymmetric. We tortured and killed him. He suffered and died. Yet, he did not stay dead and he did not stop loving us. At Mass, his body and his blood point to the mystery of his bloody wounds. They tie the evil we did to him and his reaction to it into a conversation -the most apocalyptic conversation that has ever taken place between us and our God since Moses and God conversed at the burning bush on Mount Horeb (Exodus 3)! In the conversation, the Autobiography of God was written - the Self-Portrait of God was painted.