We who serve Christ are not out to win man's approval (Gal 1:10). Accordingly, we win man's disapproval and even persecution, for those who pride themselves on tolerance don't tolerate Christians (see Wis 2:12ff). Therefore, as Christians, we are invariably suffering and wounded, as Jesus was.
In our woundedness, we can decide to move away from life in Christ and do the natural thing, that is, wound others, especially those who have wounded us. Or, in our woundedness, we can enter more deeply into the mystery of Christ's love. With Jesus, we can use our wounds to heal the wounded (1 Pt 2:24; see also 2 Cor 1:4ff). Like the good Samaritan, who was a victim of prejudice and hatred, we can have a heart for other victims (Lk 10:33) and pour out a dangerous, time-consuming, expensive, and sacrificial love (Lk 10:34-35).
The wounded are the great hurters and the great healers of the world. Like Jesus, let life-giving healing flow from your wounded side (see Jn 19:34).