Oh, that. About the pious and the holy, they have a different kind of barzakh. Meaning they don't have the grave punishments and tortures if they have cast no sins. I'm Muslim and I'm told by my elders and the Holy Quran that when good people, who live their lives according to God's plan, are lying in their graves, they suffer no torture and no punishments. Instead a window appears in their grave which gives them the insight to Heaven. They can feel the cool and refreshing air of Heaven and they know they are the ones who will get to Heaven. However, for the wrong-doers, all sorts of punishments and torture await them in the grave. Snakes, and fire and leeches just waiting to eat them alive. And this happens the very moment a person is buried, and it goes on and on, every single day and night, every second and every hour until the Day of Judgement. My bad, I overlooked that part in my previous comment. Barzakh is "not pretty at all" for the wrong-doers. Sorry for missing that out. And you're welcome. I am glad you think that way.