Tom Bozikis may be completely blind, but that didn't stop him from traveling nearly 750 miles all by himself from Evansville, Ind. to Dallas, Texas just to learn about the Constitution and attend Glenn Beck's "Restoring Love" event.
It didn't even slow him down.
The Blaze caught up with Bozikis at a Constitutional training event in Dallas, put together by the American Academy for Constitutional Education to coincide with "Restoring Love," where he explained how the trip has already enriched his life.
"I came alone, and I figured I'd probably find some folks here that I could befriend, and that's happened," he told The Blaze. "It's just been very good."
Gripping his walking stick and furring his brow, Bozikis passionately talked about the importance of restoring the principals that America was founded upon and being a source of goodness in a country that has seemingly lost its way.
He said he was drawn to "Restoring Love" because he thinks that's exactly what the country needs right now -- more love. Additionally, the blind Indiana resident admirably wants to be of service and take part in some of the charitable projects going in the Dallas area throughout the week leading up the Beck's finale at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, never once mentioning his disability as an obstacle.
"We've been given more time and hopefully with that time we are going to be able to start the process to restore America to its greatness," he added.
Watch Bozikis's inspiring interview with The Blaze below: