When 69-year-old Ra Paulette was a young man, he did not know what he wanted to do with his life. He dropped out of college and joined the US Navy. Unfortunately, he was unsuitable for life on a ship and was asked to leave. Paulette had no skills, money, or home and ended up as a drifter instead. He hitchhiked from town to town in search of work. The quiet loner worked as a janitor and a security guard but was still not happy. Then, in 1985, he got a job as a digger, and Paulette's life changed forever. While digging holes, he discovered that he had a special talent. Using nothing but a pickaxe and wheelbarrow, he found that he could carve amazing artistic sculptures. A few years later, Paulette dug a cave on some unused public land and sculpted the inside into an incredible work of art. The cave attracted thousands of visitors and became so popular that he had to seal the entrance to protect the surrounding environment. Paulette has spent the past 25 years digging and sculpting caves. His latest cave, called Tree of Human Kindness, sold for nearly NT$30 million.