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Even the Bhutanese embrace the term. We noted it on a huge truck hauling rocks and gravel for a massive road-building project in this Himalayan kingdom that scarcely had roads until the 1970s. Even now, only two major roads cross the country, one north-south, the other east-west. It took us seven hours to drive 104 miles on one of them. Along the way, we visited a farmhouse where a man named Pembo and his wife, Zam, served us an ancient repast of butter tea, dried rice and ara, a home-distilled barley liquor. He talked about the past decade’s great changes, the road and electricity. A cellphone charger hung on the wall above him. Yet most things in his life stayed constant. He tended his 20 cows. He took potatoes and cabbages to market. Every day, he kept his Buddhist faith, spinning his prayer wheel while fingering 108 beads. The 75-year-old man’s life goal is to reach 1 million repetitions.

Christine Svanemyr, 35, was hit as she laid in the grass Thursday afternoon with her 11-month-old daughter and dog at Holly Park, in the city’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, The driver was a city employee, identified by police on Friday as 57-year-old Thomas Burnoski, He was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run because he allegedly ballet flats cheap drove away after striking Svanemyr, police said, Burnoski, of San Francisco, was being held Friday at the San Francisco County Jail, San Francisco police Officer Albie Esparza said..

Nature Sculpture: Artist Zach Pine leads a holiday workshop where children can sculpt nature with sticks, stones, flowers and more and collaborate in a progressive work of art in Bill’s Backyard. A new group sculpture will be built every day. Dec. 26-Jan. 3; Meet the Artist Days Dec. 14, 29-30 and Jan. 2. Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way, San Jose. www.cdm.org. Noon Year’s Eve: Celebrate the arrival of 2019 with the whole family by participating in the “countdown to noon across time zones” with a noisy celebration and the museum’s version of the famous Ball Drop in Times Square with lots of confetti.  At the different drops, “shout outs” are given to different countries and what people in those countries might be doing at that time. Dec. 31, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Ball drops at noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Children’s Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way, San Jose. $14-$15. www.cdm.org.

BalaGokulam: A class for children to learn and appreciate the roots of Indian American culture, spiritual growth via shlokas, mental growth via yoga meditation, pranayaam and physical growth via yoga and Surya Namaskar, Sundays, 2:30-4 p.m, Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga, Free, RSVP required to tinyurl.com/SaratogaClass, Yoga for Beginners: Instructor Mrs, Dharwadkar runs this weekly ballet flats cheap yoga session, Sundays, 5-6 p.m, Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga, Free, RSVP is required to tinyurl.com/saratogaclass..

The alleged robbery happened about 2:10 p.m., when a group of four to five males walked up to the victim near D and Atherton streets and robbed him at gunpoint, Lt. Bobbie Koller said. The suspects took the victim’s backpack, which had his wallet and other property, including a cellphone, police said. The victim was not injured. After police were dispatched, officers used GPS technology to locate the stolen property near a home on the 500 block of Dean Street, Koller said. There, police found a man and a male juvenile, both from Hayward, with the victim’s property and the gun used during the robbery. The victim identified the pair as two of the suspected robbers. They were arrested on suspicion of armed robbery.