When things got tough, I went to the dojo. When I was alone, I visited the dojo. When my self-esteem was in the dumps, I lifted myself in the dojo. When I was happy, I laughed in the dojo.
In the dojo, I was accepted and shown something about hard work and commitment. The dojo became a corner stone in my life. The sensei and the brotherhood of the dojo had my back, and I had theirs.
If your dojo doesn't do "this" for you, find a new one.
Your dojo should be able to inspire you to do what your art demands even when no one is there to watch you.