"Yes", the Buddha, since he thought of the best way for all in a non-naive way, compassionate (=wise) and naturally also didn't encourage anybody to such as "Bodhisattva-hood", as it is popular this days... for peoples livelihood and to justify their eating and harms.
If more interested in what the Buddha act-ually taught and what his way was, it's good if turning toward the "good teachings"
"Even though I was endowed with such fortune, such total refinement, the thought occurred to me: 'When an untaught, run-of-the-mill person, himself subject to aging, not beyond aging, sees another who is aged, he is horrified, humiliated, & disgusted, oblivious to himself that he too is subject to aging, not beyond aging. If I — who am subject to aging, not beyond aging — were to be horrified, humiliated, & disgusted on seeing another person who is aged, that would not be fitting for me.' As I noticed this, the [typical] young person's intoxication with youth entirely dropped away. (equal with illness and death)...
You may not like it since it would take away all of your excuses that you do no efforts for a better where it would be possible. The Buddha and wise can "live" with this normality of beings.
(Note that this is not given for trade, exchange, stacks and entertainment but to become free of "Buddha-nature"... an exit)