You are already a Buddha
Osho : An old Zen story tells of a pilgrim who mounted his horse and crossed formidable mountains and swift rivers seeking a famous wise man in order to ask him how to find true enlightenment. After months of searching, the pilgrim located the teacher in a cave.
The Master listened to the question
and said nothing. The seeker waited.
Finally, after hours of silence, the Master looked at the steed on which the
pilgrim had arrived, and asked the pilgrim why he was not looking for a
horse instead of enlightenment.
You have forgotten your own identity, you don’t know who you are.
Hence all seeking. And sometimes you start seeking that which you are
already. Then it is impossible to find... then frustration.
Nothing is missing, all is already
here. Listening to it, please avoid creating an ideal; otherwise your ideal
will mislead you.