As I was attending an on line meeting, a reference was made to the ten Worlds.
I was reminded that each of the Ten Worlds is contained in all the other.
The Ten Worlds:
As each if the Ten Worlds (Life conditions) is not a separate realm. Each is a nonexclusive life condition.
Thus, Sakyamuni, though he was The Buddha, still went through the same conditions, momemt to moment, as ordinary human beings. He did not forsake Buddahood to save the world, but went forth to do so in the state of Buddha. He endured the suffferings of the common mortal but did so as a Buddha. Thus he displayed that it was not necessary to forsake Buddahood in order to help other in the path to becoming or reaching Buddha themselves (Enlightenment, If you prefer that term).
As we progress through the fog of our existance, A Bodhisattva seeks his or her emergence from that fog even as he or she aids others in this endevor. A Buddha, having already emrged (Awakened), goes back into the fog to lead ordinary people out of the fog. A Buddha does not surrender his or her Enlightenment (Awakening) but uses it to light the way wherein the fog itself becomes the tool to the emergence, the Awakening, to the state of Buddha.
Thus this Saha World is the Golden land of the Buddha.
Peace to all