"Do not give up, things might not favour you always"
The more we restrict them, the keener they are. It's better to encourage them to venture out within the limits of safety and not to be too overprotective. Recently, I saw a group of kids on a Sunday having their art class around a park. No restrictions, no rules, the children had to draw buildings, trees, street scene of their choice. The art teacher, later on, gave tips on how to make each drawing better. This was a new experience to me, allow kids to be themselves and encourage their creativity, rather than restrict or impose knowledge on them.
In a village, there was a man who had two sons. These two sons were so naughty that they always did the opposite of what was being told to them. They hardly obeyed anyone, their father was very concerned about them, he tried every way to disciple them but it all went in vain so he gave up on them.
One day, it started raining so heavily in the village that the river got flooded beyond the safety limits, the undercurrent was also very fierce that not even good swimmers could withstand it. Caution alerts were sent across the village. The concerned father called his sons and told them, it has rained heavily so the rivers are flooded, so he asked them to go and take bath in the river. They nodded their heads in front of the father and as soon as they were out of the house, they laughed and ridiculed their father and said that "We won't go the river to take bath today"
In this manner their father outwitted his children, this is an anecdote which I have heard in the family, I am not sure about the authenticity of this story. But somewhere yes, when we are asked not to do something even if we don't want to do since we have been asked not to do, we get all the more curious to attempt it.
Do what inspires you !!