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Preventing Conflict - Answer

One simple answer is that the Noda BiYehudah said that there is no OBLIGATION to visit one's Rebbe on the holiday but would admit that it is a mitzva. If one does not do so then he has not done anything wrong but doing so would be very praiseworthy. That is why we find in the Gemara that Rabbis who lived after the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash fulfilled this mitzva.

[Tzitz Eliezer Vol. 17 and numerous others]

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