A GREAT OBEDIENCE
A certain Perfect Master had one disciple whose loving obedience was remarkable. He, without hesitation or questioning, would attempt and fulfill the most difficult orders quite simply and with no fuss.
One day the Master almost casually told this man that he must return to his home, kill his young son, and then return to his Master.
Without argument, hesitation, or any sign of refusal he did exactly that.
Upon his return, he found his Master smiling and happy, and standing beside him, well and unharmed, was the disciple's supposedly dead young son.
Master demands implicit obedience without any question of why and what.