I normally don’t think of a person in mourning as all that blessed- at least not in their time of grief. Yet, if you think about it, someone who cannot grieve is really to be pitied, after all, in order to grieve, you must have loved someone or something. If you’ve never mourned the loss of someone, then, unless you are very young, wouldn’t that mean that you’ve probably never cared enough for anyone to mourn them?
Those who mourn are blessed because they are also those who have loved, who have a capacity to care, who bother to be involved, and now that I think about it, I would say that they are very blessed indeed, whole the one who does not mourn has missed out on something wonderful.
Those who mourn will find comfort if they seek it. They will find it in those who care about them, for after all, they have relationships. They will find great comfort from their relationship with God as well, for He is the God of all comfort.
Yes, they are very much blessed.