With 6 weeks done of SGM Murni, I am quite surprised with how things are going quite smooth. Being a sports enthusiast, SGM Murni is a way for me to connect my service learning with my sport interest. Although gymnastics is not a sport that I have a lot of knowledge on, it is an amazing opportunity for me to work with low-income background children and provide them the happiness that they may lack in a challenging society. I think this service reaches out to me because I believe that these children deserve the opportunity to cherish their childhood. Knowing that they come from low income backgrounds, these children live economically and sometimes even socially restricted lives. When in this service, these children can indulge in a sense of freedom participating in lively activities. This service allows the children to stick to their young roots and have fun So far, we have made essential agreements, visited the school and have had a couple of lessons in the gymnasium to not only understand our clients but also dwell deep into the concepts of gymnastics. These first 6 weeks have primarily focused on LO3: Demonstrate how to initiate and plan a CAS experience. The demonstration aspect was presented through our discussion on essential agreements and SMART goals. These helped us, as a group, understand our end goal of the service while also learning to communicate with peers to perform gymnastics. In terms of LO6, the global issue we are facing here is poverty and freedom of expression. While it is a mild case in this context, it still shed lights upon the tough lives of the underprivileged and the lack of freedom for children living in such conditions.