This question, about the three characteristics, seems pretty succinct and should be easy to answer. In fact someone has already given an answer that is, one level, perfectly fine. However, they've also offered translations that are not, in my opinion, at all correct.
My preferred approach would be to simply go in and offer better translations. That keeps the focus on one answer(1), lets it get voted up, and in general should make the whole thing more useful for subsequent readers. But it risks trampling on another user (the first person who answered).
(1) Presumably the ideal SE Q&A is a single succinct, well-targeted question, with a single, succinct, and universally accepted answer. ("Q: What is 1+1?", "A: 2"). That's hard to get, but I assume we should try to approach it when possible, no?