Exposition: Daedalus had a son named Icarus and they were imprisoned by the king of the island of Crete
When the King finds out, he banishes Daedalus, along with his son Icarus, to the center of the labyrinth. Daedalus applies his skill as an inventor to build wings out of wax so that they can escape, but showing his bravado, Icarus takes off with the wings. However, when he flies too close to the sun, the wings melt.
never give up
that's one maybe
The moral lesson of the story Daedalus and Icarus is that you should always listen to what your elders tell you to do. The basic concept of the story Daedalus and Icarus is that hubris is a bad thing. It could be said that the subtext is that you should always heed the advice of your elders, particularly your parents.
If it is then the moral of the story or the message or lesson rather is to listen to someones advice if you truly know that it would be good for you. Don't take too much risk, don't be carried away with fun. Try to think of the consequences of your actions if you didn't obey or listen to an order or a rule.